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they do sell wiring harness for towing applications, however being that your vehicle is a german manufacture no ordinary wire will work because the color codes are usually different from what we use in the states. i would go and get the right wire harness to prevent and shorts from happening..........please rate this..thanks

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use the wires inside the hatch behind the plastic panel on either side. Wiring for your car is as follows - 












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First I'm sure that a Festiva should probably only be towing body weight, But if you want to hook up a wiring loom for towing I would suggest buying a 4 lug loom from a auto store, then I would get a chilton or haynes manual to get the wiring diagram (or internet) then wire it up with **** connectors and electrical tape.

Posted on Apr 29, 2009

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SOURCE: i need to wire a towbar to my lt 28 but have no wiring info

Trailer socket pin1 (yellow) to left hand indicator (Black/White) at L/H Lamp, Pin2 (blue) to fog (Grey/White) at R/H Lamp, Pin3 (white) to Chassis Earth, Pin4 (green) to right hand indicator (Black/Green) at R/H Lamp, Pin5 (brown) to right hand side light (Grey/Red) at R/H Lamp, Pin6 (red) to brake (Black/Red) at either Rear Lamp, and finally Pin7 (black) to left hand side light (Grey/Black) at L/H Lamp.

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SOURCE: cant find the towbar electrics plugs for x-type

I assume that the towbar didn't come with a proper wiring kit as, unfortunately there is not a specific connector for the towbar wiring on the x-type, the proper Vehicle Specific Kit plugs into the rear light. There is a power connector with three pins on the left and a grey reverse sensor cut out connector also on the left. but you will either need to use a Vehicle Specific Wiring kit (about £175) or use a bypass relay system.

Posted on Sep 14, 2009

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First I'm sure that a Festiva should probably only be towing body weight, But if you want to hook up a wiring loom for towing I would suggest buying a 4 lug loom from a auto store, then I would get a chilton or haynes manual to get the wiring diagram (or internet) then wire it up with **** connectors and electrical tape.

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I need to wire a towbar to my lt 28 but have no wiring info


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