Steering column wiring.

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I have replaced the steering lock on my C3 but I have 2 wiring plugs and I don't know where they go. Can anyone help me?
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andy23ingham84 wrote:I have replaced the steering lock on my C3 but I have 2 wiring plugs and I don't know where they go. Can anyone help me?
Hi andy23ingham84

They need to go back where you removed them from 8-)

If they were never connected then obviously there is no where to put them. Its quite common to have plugs that are not connected, especially if you don't have a full-spec model.

Its always worth labelling up or taking photos as you go when disassembling so its easier to get it all back together.

I suppose, if none of that helps, you could try every button on the controls to see what is not working? This may help you work out where they could go?

I don't see how this is a petrol engine problem?
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