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Thread: Fitting footwell lighting

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    Fitting footwell lighting

    I would like to tap into the courtesy light wiring and Iíve read the loom goes up the passenger side.

    How easy is it to access that loom?

    Thanks


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    Using a couple of piggyback crimps pickup the +12v from the glove box light, and the switched earth at the blue diode behind the hvac panel.

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    Thanks. I picked up both by the glovebox.


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    I see Recaro seats... can you discuss them a bit?
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    I purchased them a few years ago from a guy in Europe. At that stage he was called Recaro Max on Facebook.I know a guy in the US brought a set because thatís where I first saw them on a post he made. Other than my own set I donít think anyone else purchased them. I donít know which vehicle they originally came from. Even though Iím using the same seat tracks we had to make brackets to allow the mounting holes to line up.


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