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Old 03-14-2019, 03:07 AM
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I'm looking in the '86 wiring diagram, page 6 and there is an 8 pole plug at C55. I'm concerned with wires 1&4 which go between the alarm module and the EZF relay.
on page 7 these wire are a loop??
my question really is, where can I locate that 8 pin loom plug?
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Old 03-19-2019, 08:47 PM
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Can some clever member tell me what the extra circuitry in the EZF [1986] relay does?
The part no. is 928.615.302.00 and an electrician has replaced it with a '53, which is working at the moment.
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If it's the same relay that's used in my later (1989) S4 with EZK, that "extra circuitry" is a fuse tester. Handy but no need to spend extra for it at replacement time. Use a standard 53b Bosch or equivalent relay and you'll be golden.

By now you are already carrying a cheap DMM in the car anyway...
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Thanks very much DB.
One more grey area brightened up.
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