Door Lighting Project

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Re: Door Lighting Project

Post by cj10jeeper » Fri Apr 27, 2012 9:25 am

Sorry half. I'm now confused about what you have on your Zed what you are trying to get to work.

You can write in detail in Italian if you like and I can translate it
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Re: Door Lighting Project

Post by half » Fri Apr 27, 2012 10:05 am

Grazie!
Io sulla mia Z4 ho solo la luce sopra lo specchio retrovisore.
Quando chiudo la portiera si spegne lentamente.
Voglio mettere le luci ai piedi, le luci anti pozzanghera e le luci alla maniglia esterna.
Il mio problema è : se collego tutto alla luce sopra lo specchio retrovisore.... quando guido di notte che mi serve la luce interna e la accendo, mi si accende anche la luce sulle maniglie esterne??

Ti ringrazio molto!

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Re: Door Lighting Project

Post by Geezah » Sat Jan 04, 2014 10:02 pm

Talk about too cool for school, nice work. Has anyone used these, any good? They certainly have the Wow factor!

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Re: Door Lighting Project

Post by LukeMace » Sat Jan 04, 2014 11:53 pm

Another mod now on the list! That looks great CJ!
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Re: Door Lighting Project

Post by half » Tue Jan 07, 2014 11:44 am

I used these http://www.autoliongroup.en.alibaba.com ... light.html sono buoni e non bisogna forare troppo :D

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Re: Door Lighting Project

Post by BeemerMad » Wed Feb 19, 2014 12:15 am

Dont suppose you would want to fit the puddle lights to my coupe cj10jeeper. Me and electrics and wiring do not mix well. I miss my puddle lights i had on my 1 er

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Re: Door Lighting Project

Post by half » Wed Feb 19, 2014 7:46 am

The difficult is to pass the wires from the foot in the door. I have put the amber lights at the foot while riding, foot white when I turn on the rooflight, white with the switch in the glovebox, tray, amber and white in between the seats.
I miss the lights anti puddle but I do not know how to pass the wires to get in the door :cry:

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Re: Door Lighting Project

Post by Johncs » Wed Oct 15, 2014 1:07 am

hello i have everything i need to plug Internal Door handle lights... i want to be open when i turn on the lights. where i have to connect them? is it important to take out the door panel? thanks in advance

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Re: Door Lighting Project

Post by half » Wed Oct 15, 2014 8:14 am

Hello, my Z4 is 2003 and had the wires to attach the lights to the wells of the feet that turn on with the dome light. You have to take those. You have to remove the panels under the steering wheel and under the glove compartment and find the two terminals. Search well because they are a bit hidden. Then, you must also remove the door panel if you want to put the lights.
How did you pass the wires in the doors?

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Re: Door Lighting Project

Post by Johncs » Wed Oct 15, 2014 3:48 pm

half wrote:Hello, my Z4 is 2003 and had the wires to attach the lights to the wells of the feet that turn on with the dome light. You have to take those. You have to remove the panels under the steering wheel and under the glove compartment and find the two terminals. Search well because they are a bit hidden. Then, you must also remove the door panel if you want to put the lights.
How did you pass the wires in the doors?


thanks, but if i connect them there, when they will turn on?

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Re: Door Lighting Project

Post by half » Wed Oct 15, 2014 4:12 pm

The light comes on with the lamp cover. So when you click the remote to open come on.

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Re: Door Lighting Project

Post by Johncs » Wed Oct 15, 2014 4:19 pm

I want to be opened when i turn the lights on! Im talking about the led inside the car At the door handle not the outside! Like the ashrey led light!

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Re: Door Lighting Project

Post by half » Wed Oct 15, 2014 4:29 pm

ah, the amber light on the inner handle then. Yes, you have to take the panel 'cover door' to put it.

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Re: Door Lighting Project

Post by Johncs » Wed Oct 15, 2014 4:31 pm

And where i will connect the cables?

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Re: Door Lighting Project

Post by half » Wed Oct 15, 2014 4:43 pm

I did a long time ago ..... remember that if you buy the originals Bmw (63316902239) fit perfectly and connect them to the two wires of the keyglass as you know that is illuminated.
It 's simple. You just have to follow the instructions to remove the panel that is what is a little difficult.

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