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  • Originally posted by newsh View Post
    Ah yes, it’s not a relay plate it’s a resistor plate for the different fan speeds
    I see. This great forum has save the day again. What would I do without you guys
    I still need to know where it attaches to the car. I might be able to work it out tomorrow.
    I did wonder what that rusty bit of metal was in the bottom of the parts box!
    There isn't much left in there now. However, there is a grubby o ring left
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    • It is bolted under the horn signal. The horn and the resistor plate share the same bracket . It's a braket in the pictures over the oil cooler lines
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      • Originally posted by rxl View Post
        It is bolted under the horn signal. The horn and the resistor plate share the same bracket . It's a braket in the pictures over the oil cooler lines
        Thanks
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        • In your first mystery wiring picture the larger 3 pin plug Deffo looks like fan switch as has been said, will the other 2 reach your alternator? It looks like you have the large cable connected up but on mine (90 amp 7a unit) there is the exciter wire also connected on the back and I'm sure that is a pair of wires...

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          • OK first pic as said already, 3 ring terminals to the fan resistor, mounted on the horn bracket behind the bottom of the washer tank. 3 pin is the rad fan thermo-switch.
            2nd pic, 3 pin is gearbox speed sensor, 2 pin is reverse light switch on right side of gearbox.
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            • Originally posted by Error404 View Post
              OK first pic as said already, 3 ring terminals to the fan resistor, mounted on the horn bracket behind the bottom of the washer tank. 3 pin is the rad fan thermo-switch.
              2nd pic, 3 pin is gearbox speed sensor, 2 pin is reverse light switch on right side of gearbox.
              Great. I mis routed those two wires. Now it's all clear. Thanks everyone again.
              i have one small spade connector for the starter motor and two connectors it could go to. One top and one bottom. Anyone?
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              • I've never even seen that fan resistor plate in my car! Every forum day is a school day.

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                • Not all the s2 have them Only Aby ones and rs2

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                  • This part.


                    It’s now in treatment before it can go on the car.


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                    • Your lucky that you got all the parts from the previous owner . Don't forget to put the horns

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                      • Originally posted by rxl View Post
                        Your lucky that you got all the parts from the previous owner . Don't forget to put the horns
                        I wish! Almost a third of the car was missing!
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                        • I did the MarkH mod on the intercooler.
                          There is some damage to the crossmember which means I can’t seem to fit a clip on the top of the hose.
                          It’s been squashed slightly.


                          Can anyone help with the missing part from my airbox?


                          This is the maf end


                          The latest batch of parts got soaked overnight in Detox. Came out nice and clean.


                          Had to move the oil cooler back slightly as it was in contact with the top crossmember. It was easy as the aux rad fittings are slotted.


                          Looking at the last pic, looks like I’m going to have to paint the intercooler. It looks rough.



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                          • The missing part for the airbox is the Maf. Just remove the pod filter and bolt it in

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                            • Originally posted by rxl View Post
                              The missing part for the airbox is the Maf. Just remove the pod filter and bolt it in
                              I did try that but there seems to be a bit missing. Its just a plain pipe end on the maf with no screws or screw holes.
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                              S3 Sportback daily
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                              • Parts painted with zinc primer


                                I started in the rear seats. Really coming together now. I’m well chuffed!



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