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Just got a 15 plate duster, and to save "hassle" decided to get the 13 pin electrics from Dacia.

Seems the box now goes on passenger side likewise with the cable to towbar.

There is now a wire to run down the nearside that connects via a fuse to the battery this goes directly into the control box of electrics? No shown on older instructions.

Two further quite thick wires (Yellow and Red) are taped down,which from instruction provide feed to caravan battery, red straight from battery and yellow via ignition of car.

With some searching around found Dacia extension kit for the red wire, is a length of wire with 15 amp fuse that connects directly to car battery..so easy enough to sort.Can see a flat car battery coming from this though.

Can't find any info on what to do with Yellow wire.

Do Red and Yellow both need connecting?

Is there a bleeper for the indicators with this? If not how is one connected, as believe required by law in this UK.

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Just got a 15 plate duster, and to save "hassle" decided to get the 13 pin electrics from Dacia.

Seems the box now goes on passenger side likewise with the cable to towbar.

There is now a wire to run down the nearside that connects via a fuse to the battery this goes directly into the control box of electrics? No shown on older instructions.

Two further quite thick wires (Yellow and Red) are taped down,which from instruction provide feed to caravan battery, red straight from battery and yellow via ignition of car.

With some searching around found Dacia extension kit for the red wire, is a length of wire with 15 amp fuse that connects directly to car battery..so easy enough to sort.Can see a flat car battery coming from this though.

Can't find any info on what to do with Yellow wire.

Do Red and Yellow both need connecting?

Is there a bleeper for the indicators with this? If not how is one connected, as believe required by law in this UK.

thanks
I think the red and yellow wires are either or. ( that's think not 100% certain so its worth contacting Dacia to confirm )

The red one direct to the battery will be a permanent live feed, which could drain your car battery if caravan if left hitched up to the car whilst parked up.
The yellow will be a ignition switched feed, which will be cut when the ignition is off.
 

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Nessi hope ur new car is perfect nw happy motoring
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Thanks, So far so good, I have been meticulously checking everything on it, I have not found anything wrong yet so its all good.
Its a little greedy on fuel though at the moment.
 

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Sorted both need connecting, red direct to battery and yellow via a auto sensing relay unit or something like that.

Been told to get a TEC3M box.
 
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