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post #11 of 12 (permalink) Old 13-03-2019, 09:00
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So I just did this on a Ducato 2008. I was scrapping a broken Citroen Relay so bought a replacement Ducato. I wanted my old Citroen Relay steering wheel, which had the radio controls to go on this Ducato. Which required using the Citroen squib, air bag and steering wheel together as the Ducato squib cant plug into the Citroen stuff etc. After removing the Ducato wheel and squib I could see that there appeared to be enough wires already present to enable the radio controls. So because I couldn't be bothered to remove the dash and find loom connections etc I just cut the Ducato wires at the plug to the squib and reconnected (twiddled and taped) them one at a time to the Citroen squib plug. There was two spare wires coming from the Citroen, which just in case I wired into a new twin core cable, which I fed down the steering column. However once all the was put back together the radio controls and everything else worked straight off. No messing with the ECU needed!. Now I have a Relay badge on my Ducato steering wheel! Any ideas what the two spare wires are for, both brownish?

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This is all double dutch to me i.dannymay! But I did just want to say welcome to the forum - especially as you seem to know what you're talking about!

Hopefully someone will be able to answer your question.

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