What's this then?

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  1. Dave K

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    can somebody please tell me what this is and what I need to do with it, I did wonder if it was for a trailer although the van doesn't have a towbar fitted at the mo image.jpg
     
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    It's an air vent which someone has struck a bit of Lego onto. :)

    But what's written on the bit of Lego, it looks as if it has a wire going into it.
     
  3. mike mcglynn

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    Hi,Dave is it a tv mount for rear camera perhaps or a sat nav mount.
     
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  4. Dave K

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    Lol, it does have power going to it, the dial on the top has 'gain' written on it and the lever is for 'brake effort'
     
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    Maybe it has had a towbar and that is a control for the electronic braking on a toad .... maybe!

    Just found it ... it's a Unibrake control HERE
     
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  6. Dave K

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    That's what I was wondering as well
     
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    See my edit above
     
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    If there's any name/and or model number on it,enter them into Google.
     
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    unibrake.jpeg
    It looks like a server controller for unibrake towing system.
     
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  10. Dave K

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    That's the fella Phil, thanks
     
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    Thanks very much
     
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    Don't be daft people - it's clearly a left handed inner flugel stabilising grindle (MK I)
     
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    And here was me thinking it was a volume control for your other half.
     
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    I wondered why there was so much interest
     
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    Yup, Unibrake control...........you can adjust braking effort on car being towed; Mines set around middle, which works well with matiz.
     
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    ER mk1 or 2
     
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