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Peugeot 206 radiator fan relays

Hiya my relay wires and contacts have disintigrated on om 02 1.1 3dr where can i get replacement relays

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My fiancee's did this aswell, you need to get a new relay form peugeot (arounn £10) and 5 male conectors that will fit on the relay and cut the block off the wires and attach it this way. thats how i did it and it works a treat now mate.

hope that help mate, Ray.

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