Nope, I don't have it. According to the book, that fuse box handles sunroof. bose amp, power seats and heated seats - I have none of these fitting so I don't have the fuseboxIt's sort of hidden. If you remove the plastic trim that sits around the trunk catch you can peel back the carpet on the side.
Looks nice and cold and wet there. We’d love that weather down here - 42 degrees tomorrow and windy, going to be another scary fire dayAhh OK, I thought cars chared all wires no matter the accessories nowadays but your solution sounds good!
I used my MA170 TCT as a mover van just a few weeks ago
Cheers. Look to be the same design as the Brink one. Where did you purchase yours from?Ouch that looks no good . I bought mine from Polish based Steinhof. Easy to fit, but two brackets was missing and needed to be sent separately to me.
Cheers. Yes, I found one on eBay Germany - have asked for the shipping size and weight as I'll be using a freight forwarder. The Auto Hak branded one looks to be the same design as well.I bought it from a local Swedish dealer, but they can be found on ebay as well I think.
The mounting instruction called for pretty large holes in the frame rails, 18 mm if I remember correctly, to allow for some adjustment. But that does not help if the plate that bolts to the end of the frame is not welded on straight, as shown in your picture.
I was impressed, neat welds and a very hard powder coat on it. I just got the bolt on version, but there is a detachable type as well for more dollars.That Autohak seems to be nicely made. More rigid as the other one aswell. That is good news as I am considering the same bar.
If anyone has towing experiences to share I'll be happy to read them. Besides the brake balance I believe the Giulietta should make an excellent tow hatchback.
Oh yes, in case you were wondering how its still only got 2000kms on it, this is another car from the one I first tried to put a tow bar on. In the interim, we had a massive hailstorm and the other car was written off by the insurance company!! The new car is an identical twin, except this one has electric leather seats - so now I have that little fuse box in the boot to take power from for the trailer lightsHaha then I would also expect nothing less . But it's very nice to work on rust free cars, like I said above, I have an old Volvo at our summer house in Thailand and it still has the paper sticker from the factory on the rear axle after 26 years.