Thats flange towbar & universal wiring kit. I'd pay a bit more & get Bosal swan neck & certainly a specific wiring kit if you are diy'ing. Swan neck towbar looks much neater.
Hi guys, brand new to this forum so I'm not sure if this is the right place to post it, I've just fitted a towbar to my berlingo van 2011, I've done the wiring as per fitting instructions, not the small bit I'm lost on is the 12v supply to the relay, I've ran a cable from front to rear and now reading some of the posts i didnt have to as there is a heavy white wire already there, Ive put a test on it but it's not live. Any reason why?
Do you need to fit a fuse in the fusebox to enable the live to the rear ?
So where does this bit go then ?
There is a 20 amp fuse that needs to be fitted in the under the bonnet fuse box
(17-04-2014, 04:39 PM)Michel Wrote: Dont let the stealer pick your pocket for a towing bar and install an aftermarket one
Just stick to a good brand like bosal, mounting holes are already there and there is a instruction plan with the kit.
i agree totally with you about a dealer fitted towbar. When i went to get my new van they wanted something like Â£300 to supply and fit one. So went to the local motor factors and got a swan neck bosal one and wiring kit for around Â£120, fitted it ourselves in less than two hours, power was already there at the back to splice the relay into. All's been working fine from when it was fitted ten months ago.
I've heard you have to buy the holes separately and they are not available from Citroen either !!!!
Berlingo Multispace 2.0HDI '54 reg Mediterranean Blue