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They were on an indefinite back order a few months ago although this may have changed by now.
 

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Dealer got the tank, sensor and cap - total cost £45.45

Anyone fitted the B & G Kit? Where is the best place to route the wiring into the cab? Drivers Side or Passenger Side?
 

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The wire from the bottle on the B&G kit goes through the grommet (next to the engine bay inspection cover) on the passenger side into the car and then under the T-bar where the ECU and buzzer is fitted. Another set of wires run down the centre consol for power and the warning light.
 

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Has anyone got a wiring diagram for a Coolant Level Alarm?
Thought about using a LED and a buzzer.
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Gaz.
 

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Took a look at the above link. It seems a good wiring circuit but a little too complicated. I don't think that a timer relay is nessasary. Anyone know how to wire just a LED, Buzzer and the Coolant tank sensor?
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Think you'll find the timer is necessary, otherwise the alarm will be going off on corners, during braking, whilst accelerating etc etc
 

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Presumably there is a float in the tank (unlike the B&G version) and when the tank is full the float breaks the circuit? You will need a voltage supply to the tank with a feed coming back with a 560-ohm resistor in series with a LED.
 
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