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Euro \spec 2000 GTV - Location of rear window heater and turn signal relays

Hi, I'm currently helping rebuild a 1974 Euro 2000 GTV. Can anyone guide me to the right location of the rear window heater and turn signal relays?

We acquired a new wiring loom. This constrains us with having to locate the relay for the signal turn behind or infront of the firewall bulkhead grommet and that of the rear window heater definitely somewhere behind the dash.

Thanks for the help.

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Both are under the dash, the turn signal just hangs under there, and the defroster is mounted on the steering col. support bracket.

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Hi, I'm currently helping rebuild a 1974 Euro 2000 GTV. Can anyone guide me to the right location of the rear window heater and turn signal relays?

We acquired a new wiring loom. This constrains us with having to locate the relay for the signal turn behind or infront of the firewall bulkhead grommet and that of the rear window heater definitely somewhere behind the dash.

Thanks for the help.

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Thanks for the info on the rear heater relay
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Both are under the dash, the turn signal just hangs under there, and the defroster is mounted on the steering col. support bracket.
Hi Jonathan, thanks. Do you have an idea whether the defrostrer one is a small one (I believe # 450), it's squarish or the larger rectangular one #5170(?)?. Sorry but I don't have them here so I can't quote the exact numbers.

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Hi Jonathan, thanks. Do you have an idea whether the defrostrer one is a small one (I believe # 450), it's squarish or the larger rectangular one #5170(?)?. Sorry but I don't have them here so I can't quote the exact numbers.

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From memory I am pretty sure it’s a larger rectangular one. Don’t know about your part #s, but no reason to think they aren’t correct.

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