Fuse/Relay diagram

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Re: Fuse/Relay diagram

Post by johanp » 12 Apr 2016 06:51

[quote="mattk"]It is going to Graham to be sorted, as it is a rather odd issue: when I switch on the ignition, the aerial will go up halfway, then have to press the 'extend' button. If I press the 'retract' button, it will retract halfway. I have to switch the ignition off to get it in completely. Obviously, this is a no-no in the bush.[

I think it is supposed to work like that. It only goes down completely when you switch off the radio or the ignition.

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Re: Fuse/Relay diagram

Post by ricster » 12 Apr 2016 08:19

Picasso wrote:
ricster wrote:I also have no clue. I pulle the plug off under the fender when my aerial kicked the bucket. Fitted a bee-sting type in its place. works brilliantly.
To Cedric:

What is a Bee-Sting ? :think:

Is it one of those short ~ 30cm thin steel rods ?
Yip... something like this.
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