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    Wanted wiring diagram for a Montego countryman 2.0 turbo diesel

    Hello , does anybody have a scan or a copy of a wiring diagram for a Montego countryman 2.0 turbo diesel?
    I have the original user handbook that came with the car when new but no diagram there I also have several Haynes Monty books but none of the diagrams in there are the right ones for my models.
    My problems are: 1 no ignition lights on the dashboard and cannot start the car unless I run a wire ( with a fuse ) directly from the battery to the ignition switch, all fuses are ok, tried changing the fuseboard but the problem came back three days later.

    2 headlamp/indicator switch : I have changed four stalks in the past three years when the headlamps stop coming on while all other functions on the stalk carry on working. Sometime the stalk seize eventually and start melting the casing containing the contacts of the stalků. Would it help if I fit a relay between the stalk and the headlamps ?

    3 clock was only working intermittently for five years , tried changing it with another one but the problem was not solved with the clock sometime working some other times not working but now it has stopped working at all ..as dead as a dodo.

    Will greatly appreciate any kind of help from anyone

  • #2
    i hope this works
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    • #3
      it is from the haynes manual isbn 1850108579

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      • #4
        Relay for headlamps is a good plan, I used a 'cheaper than the relays and plugs on their own' ebay kit, so far seems to work fine, very easy to fit and lights are brighter too, due to less resistance in the circuit. Looked similar to this, but I thought it was cheaper... https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/H4-9003-W...0AAOSwexhczpgy

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        • #5
          i don't think the dim dip headlights will work with that kit. i had headlights burn out a fuse board before so if you don,t use dim dip it might be worth a go, but with the engine running the headlight might come on full power with the side light depending on the triggering voltage of the relay.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by robert1 View Post
            i don't think the dim dip headlights will work with that kit. i had headlights burn out a fuse board before so if you don,t use dim dip it might be worth a go, but with the engine running the headlight might come on full power with the side light depending on the triggering voltage of the relay.
            You are right, the resistor passes more than enough current to trigger the relay, I never saw much point in the dim dip anyway. Now if parking lights are on, dip beam comes on with the ignition. The only downside is if you forget and drive off with switch on first position, it appears that main beam has failed , until you realise and kick yourself (after about 25 miles in my case ha ha ha!) Removing the resistors would cure it, but all I was bothered about ws reducing current flow in the inside wiring, the brighter lights were a bonus..

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            • #7
              you could try removing fuse 8, it is in line with the resistors.

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