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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Looking at the Socket towards the plug.
Looking at the Plug towards the socket. Yellow 1 (L) LH Indicator Blue 2 (54G) Rear Fog Light (or Aux.) White 3 (31) Earth Green 4 (R) RH Indicator Brown 5 (58R) RH side Light Stop Red 6 (54) Lights Black 7 (58L) LH Side Light
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
you are not allowed to fit your own towbar anywhere in europe now ,it can only be done by an authorised agent with the necessary rubber stamps
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
The following is the wiring for your towbar
Check the inside of the socket and you will find each of the 7 pins are numbered 1 - 7.
No 1 Yellow Wire. Left side Flasher
No 2 Blue Wire. Fog Light.
No 3 White Wire.. Earth.
No 4 Green Wire. Right side Flasher
No 5 Brown Wire. Left side Park Light.
No 6 Red Wire. Brake Lights.
No 7 Centre Pin. Black Wire. Right Side Parh Light.
Hope This helps.
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
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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The best, and in fact the only recommended solution is to use a plug-in dedicated wiring kit for this car, it plugs into a grey connector on the chassis on the rear of the left hand side. this is the connector that the cars rear light loom is plugged into and the towbar loom piggybacks onto this using the same watertight sealed connectors. There is a trailer indicator warning light already built into the dash display so no need for any other monitoring of the trailer functions. This wiring kit should cost you around £40-£50 and will only take around 10mins to fit. The other alternative is to solder the towbar wires to the cars loom, but this is time consuming and may invalidate the vehicles warranty.
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
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