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I cant find the diagnositic plug to find out what the fault is with my abs can anyone tell me or send me a picture af where it is and what it looks like.
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Lift up the carpet by the passenger door inside the footwell, you'll see a green plug dangling. Bridge the two ports and the dash light will flash. Long dash is a 10, short dash is a digit of 1.

Long Long short would be 21, Long short short short would be 13, and so on.

Then google for the EG fault code sheet, its everywhere.
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usually by the ecu under the dash in the passenger side footwell tied in a little green pouch
like so:
http://wantyoutoknow.../2008/10/a1.jpg
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I have the blue plug I found them but I don't have the green part when you put them in to adapt the the diagnosic machine where could I find it or do I need to buy it??

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that green bit is just a protective cover, do as simon says stick a paper clip inside an it will flash the engine management light once the key is in the engine start position
now esi powered - soon B power!

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