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    *URGENT* Electric mirror fitting!!!

    I need to know this for the weekend peeps

    The link on the hompage tell me how to fit them and the bits i need which is great but i need to know how to wire up the built in indicators!

    Me mum through away the instructions and i'm well lost

    Help meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

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    Wire one wire to the side indicator wire and the other wire to the other colour side indicator wire
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    That easy eh! LOL

    Can i use crocodile clips or somthin? Mind you i don't want my normal indicators to work soooo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Mk4
    That easy eh! LOL

    Can i use crocodile clips or somthin? Mind you i don't want my normal indicators to work soooo
    Never use rubbish like that, always solder wires.

    What do you mean : i don't want my normal indicators to work ???????

    How do you want them wired in/to work
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    are they bulbs or LEDS??? as you only need the one conection dont you??
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    Quote Originally Posted by MatG
    are they bulbs or LEDS??? as you only need the one conection dont you??
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    LOL I was trying to remember how the loke did mine, he went made when i told him they were actually LED's and not bulbs for some unkown reason....me and electrics dont get on!!
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    The thing is NRJ i just dont want my normal indicators to flash i just need my mirrors too :?

    Oh and they are LED's as far as i know mate.Si i need to solder the wires from my mirrors to the origional indicator ones??

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    With LED'S you have to be careful of which way you wire it in , wrong way round and the LED'S will blow

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    Alan, what make is your mirrors?

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