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Old 11 May 2011, 08:24   #1
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13 pin light board

Hi,

Anyone seen a 13 pin light board? My car has the 13 pin system, and thought i would be able to find a light board that used this system but so far i have not been able to.

I have the 7 to 13pin adaptor, but need a new lightboad and thought i would go for a 13pin.

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Old 11 May 2011, 08:34   #2
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Not seen one, but not been looking as I have a cartridge adaptor in mine. (Was given a huge Y splitter by the dealer whwn I bought the car. It's not left the garage since I fgot it home!

Other option is to just buy a 13 pin plug and change it over.
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It's easy to wire a 13 pin euro plug onto the end of a new lighting board. I can dig out the pinout diagramn from when I did mine if it'll help.
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It's easy to wire a 13 pin euro plug onto the end of a new lighting board. I can dig out the pinout diagramn from when I did mine if it'll help.
Yes that would be top.

My main reason for the 13pin is to take advantage of reverse lights.

Since posting this I have seen one on Indespension i think?

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Or with an adaptor box on your winch post, you could also run a cable up to the console & use the split charger to keep the boat battery topped up.

(I've used Bulgin Buccaneer connectors)
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