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Old July 18th, 2014, 10:31 PM
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Pin Layout high/low pressure switches

Can anyone help me with a diagram of the pin layout for the high and low pressure switches for the factory Aircon on a 07-present defender? Trying to tie puma system to a 300tdi.
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Can anyone help me with a diagram of the pin layout for the high and low pressure switches for the factory Aircon on a 07-present defender? Trying to tie puma system to a 300tdi.

Here are the circuit diagrams and connector view -

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Thanks for the reply I have all that info but which physical pins want what wires or does it not matter? I don't want to test and blow it up.
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Thanks for the reply I have all that info but which physical pins want what wires or does it not matter? I don't want to test and blow it up.

The connector view shows the pin numbering.

But, remember, it shows the connector's 'face', rather than the side that the terminals/wires are inserted from.


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Somehow I never noticed the numbers in there! Thanks
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