Classic Audi Technical Mech/Tech Electrical problems » Loss of majority of electrics

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Old 17-05-17, 05:54 PM   #11
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Jumper the switched contacts and see if it all works as normal would be an easy test.
It's only easy when you know how to do it...and I don't!
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Old 17-05-17, 08:50 PM   #12
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Old 18-05-17, 03:33 PM   #13
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Pardon my complete ignorance msh, but I'm looking and not seeing

I'm guessing that the main wire is to bypass the possible open circuit but what is the black wire connected to? Power source or voltmeter perhaps?
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Like msh has put only instead of jumpering the relay itself, jumper the two contacts in the fusebox that correlate to those on the relay.
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