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Just stripped down and rebuilt to replace element and retrieve element cover. Got two wires left at control panel, one isred with green bands from the heater the other is brown/green from the float switch on lh side. One set of terminals labelled 1 X10 2. Any ideas which cable goes to which terminal.

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  • cityracingcl Jul 15, 2008

    I have just found my W120vw has two of the three wires on the door lock detached so need to work out which way round they go.



    The black 'N' wire is still attached to the middle.

    I have a Red and green wire and a brown and green wire

    I have either 'C' or 'N' terminals on teh door lock top attache them to and have no wiring diagram.



    Which way round do I attach them? Cheers, Mike

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Door lock light flashing is not normal, check to see if door is shut properly,another problem could be a track blown on control module, you would need to remove front console to check this.

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