Greetinga strong spirit:thumbs: !!! I recommend to check up presence of weight on the engine, and also presence of oxidation of plugs of the accumulator, if are oxidized to smooth out them and to grease. It is possible to throw simply an additional wire from the negative plug of the accumulator on the engine and to try to get the motor. If to not turn out, it is necessary to remove a starter and to check up its serviceability, believe, it is simple. The removed starter needs to be checked up, connecting it directly to the accumulator. But to all attributes that the wire of weight of the engine has fallen off is similar. I wish good luck. Write about results.hi can anyone help, my 75 runs about 3 mins and stops i can hear a relay clicking just below the coolent resovoir, battery fine , earths all fine on engine, charging etc, any ideas???
bosch 0280130214??? no no no:tut: if i right understand you this sensor on/off ventilator(cooler) radiator condicioner oder ventilyator(cooler)-he not guilt:tut: . Problem not in it! It at all has no attitude to malfunction. Here look here, in this manual http://alfactt.chez-alice.fr/download/05allum_demar_rech.pdf I think, on it it is possible for something to understand and try to understand a problem.i think it may be the coolant time sensor i replaced one of the coolant sensors, no change so i thought sod it id buy a new cts part number bosch 0280130214 but they are not available any more????? help
Yes, the colleague, is such relay, with a safety lock, it completely is responsible for a feed, my friend-alfist(from state Rostov-on-Don) has told, that if it is melted off or with it something happens, the engine is not got! You think in a correct direction! It is not necessary to be afraid, eyes see, hands do! Remove the block of safety locks and closely study a condition of all the relay for malfunction, a smell, the melted off contacts. I understand, that wires-it a migraine, but it is necessary to study to understand the electrician! Success! Write about results of research! Excuse, has found out about the block and a pink wire today, casually!thanks for your help, I think this must be a short of some kind as the fuse that keeps blowing has a pink and white wire to the rear of the fuse box if I put a large fuse in the interior light dims, I have disconnected the fuel pump and fuel relay to eliminate these and worked my way along the wire, but there are no bare wires or touching live to earth, going back to the original fault the car would drive fine then splutter and cut out, I would leave it for 20 mins and it would start again until one day nothing, it would seem that it is something breaking down rather than a short? Getting a migraine from looking at all the wires! In addition, how many pink wires do you need!