no power to overhead switch panel 96 safari tiara

no power to overhead switch panel 96 safari tiara

Postby coolerking [OP] » April 14th 2012, 4:06pm

Hi ,
recently a pal took off the overhead switch panel which operates the tv,reading lights and upper and lower mood lights. Unfortunately the brain dead idiot forgot to mark which wire went to which.[not colour coded].

Whilst trying to figure out which went where we had got all lights working and just on tv wiring when power to panel was lost. There is a seperate fuse board in rear for the panel, sofa bed, 12v supplies and a timer for the instrument panel so it can be used without ignition but only for minutes set on timer.
Cant find any fuses gone here or under steering column or under bonnet. put meter on and cant get power into the timer unit so assume there must be an inline fuse somewhere. Absolutely stumped - any ideas ?
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Re: no power to overhead switch panel 96 safari tiara

Postby Jasen » April 16th 2012, 5:14pm

The only one that's going to have a wiring schematic for that stuff is going to be the Mfg. if there sill in business, they might be able to help you out. If not your stuck tracing everything out.
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