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Does Anyone Have a Fuse Diagram They Could Show Me for berlingo 1.9D 2001
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Hi Peeps

Recently bought a berlingo 2001 1.9D 800LX,

The Rev counter and Speedo are not working and i just wanted to check the fuse to them first before pulling everything out but the plastic door that covers the fuses under the steering wheel doesn't have a diagram on it and neither does the haynes Rolleyes

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I also have a button on the left side of the steering wheel that looks like a WIFI symbol lol, any idea what that is? i press it but nothing seems to happen,

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probably going to be asking more questions soon as iv never had a citroen before and im doing this up as my window cleaning van :thumbsup:

Thanks for your responses in advance

Andy
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#2
Is your "wi Fi " button for the sensor for movement when the alarm is set?
As for the fuse box diagram there are a lot of posts showing them .

http://www.berlingoforum.co.uk/showthrea...t=fuse+box

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(21-01-2014, 08:50 PM)brodfather11 Wrote:  Is your "wi Fi " button for the sensor for movement when the alarm is set?
As for the fuse box diagram there are a lot of posts showing them .

http://www.berlingoforum.co.uk/showthrea...t=fuse+box

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Thanks for the reply brodfather11

How would I test it to see if it's the sensor for the alarm?

I did look at all the posts but none actually show a full manufactures diagram UndecidedSad
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I don't actually know if it is a sensor for an alarm, It may not be working but on my skoda you lock youself into the car and after a short wait make a movement and the alarm should go off.

Rustscrats is the man for wiring diagrams , look up his posts.
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(22-01-2014, 03:55 PM)brodfather11 Wrote:  I don't actually know if it is a sensor for an alarm, It may not be working but on my skoda you lock youself into the car and after a short wait make a movement and the alarm should go off.

Rustscrats is the man for wiring diagrams , look up his posts.

Not even sure it has an alarm?

it has sensors inside but iv tried to set the alarm off but got nothing,

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is that the alarm above that i circled? if so then the other end i circled is not attached to anything.

i also got 2 keys, an ignition key that opens doors and turns on ignition , and i got 1 door key with remote fob attached, i changed the battery in it as it was dead and it didnt automatically central lock the car so i googled it and tried loads of ways to resync the fob but nothing is working.

starting to think there are fuses missing or stuff missing under the bonnet,

any1 got a berlingo that can tell me if there is anything missing under my bonnet?

Cheers
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If you can P/mail me your Vin No. I'll see what I can dig out. :thumbsup:
2006 2.0hdi 600 with bench seat.  Cool
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#7
Ok, Your Van has a factory fitted alarm to it. You also have central locking with dead lock. The button on the side of the steering column is for canceling the alarm or the internal ultrasonics - maybe this is for if you are inside the van, engine off with the doors locked? I couldn't say as this is the first time I've come across a F.F. Alarm. In the diagrams below it shows the main unit bolted to the bulkhead, an ultrasonic device inside the cab area, an L.e.d. on facia and the cancel switch.(wifi symbol). The alarm unit is fed off fuse 21 in the engine fuse box. The Led is fed from fuse 6 under the steering wheel. This also supply's your dash clocks etc.
Item 8603 = alarm cancel switch.
8602 = interior ultrasonic unit.
8611 = bonnet switch.
8606 = internal Led.
8605 = Main alarm unit.
Let us know how you get on. :thumbsup:

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(23-01-2014, 09:11 PM)Rustscrat Wrote:  Ok, Your Van has a factory fitted alarm to it. You also have central locking with dead lock. The button on the side of the steering column is for canceling the alarm or the internal ultrasonics - maybe this is for if you are inside the van, engine off with the doors locked? I couldn't say as this is the first time I've come across a F.F. Alarm. In the diagrams below it shows the main unit bolted to the bulkhead, an ultrasonic device inside the cab area, an L.e.d. on facia and the cancel switch.(wifi symbol). The alarm unit is fed off fuse 21 in the engine fuse box. The Led is fed from fuse 6 under the steering wheel. This also supply's your dash clocks etc.
Item 8603 = alarm cancel switch.
8602 = interior ultrasonic unit.
8611 = bonnet switch.
8606 = internal Led.
8605 = Main alarm unit.
Let us know how you get on. :thumbsup:

WOW!!!! Cheers for all this mate :thumbsup:

Will check all this out tomorrow :lol: and get back to you
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#9
Fuse 6 under the steering wheel is ok. I'm not sure which is fuse 21 under the bonnet? Attached a pic to see it you could advise


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There you are I, told you that Rustscrat would come to the rescue for you !

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try fuse 12 ?
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