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Old 03 May 2012, 16:52   #1
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Galaxy towing wiring

Hi. Does anyone know the wiring colours in the back of a Ford Galaxy >06 so that I can fit a 7 pin wiring kit? I think it will be the same as a mk 4 Mondeo if anyone has the colours of that.
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Old 03 May 2012, 17:01   #2
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Have you had a look to make sure you can't just plug into the loom
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Nothing obvious and the car specific wiring is really expensive. I just need the wire colours so that I can scotch lock into them with a wiring kit I already have.
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Your supposed to fit a relay. You can find them on eBay.
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i've got a pdf with just about every vehicle on it somewhere. drop me your e-mail address and i'll fire it over.
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PM sent. Thanks.
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Nothing obvious and the car specific wiring is really expensive. I just need the wire colours so that I can scotch lock into them with a wiring kit I already have.
Scotchlocks? You're not too fussed if the electrics work or not then?
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What would you recommend?
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Most of my old cars had the tow bars professionaly fitted and they had scotch Locks on the wiering and never had any issues.

But from what I remember the Focus I had was fitted with a plug and socket setup. ( I think)
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I too used scotch locks on 3 of my cars (just done 4th) - never had any problems.
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