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1 Rear lights on 29th December 2015, 2:14 pm

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Ok so just wondering if i have uk rear lights in my R as the fog is built into the cluster? Or can the import clusters be made to accomodate a fog light?


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2 Re: Rear lights on 29th December 2015, 2:35 pm

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The usual mod is to use one of the rear internal side lights.
You cut the wire to the inside lights and bridge them with a piece of wire.
This is what I guess has been done to yours.
That black wire is the suspected bridging wire?


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3 Re: Rear lights on 29th December 2015, 4:27 pm

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This is what i found in the drivers side. So did all the import pulsars run twin side/brake lights in each cluster?
On a side note what mission removing them was, that sealant which they use at factory which doesnt really go off had a fair grip on them!


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4 Re: Rear lights on 29th December 2015, 5:46 pm

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Yes all pulsars run with twin rear sidelights. You can see where the black wire has been joined with the inner sidelight.


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5 Re: Rear lights on 29th December 2015, 7:07 pm

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Yeah I figured the black wire was not standard. I remember putting a fog light switch in years ago so the wiring must of already been there as I know I have never touched the rear lights


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6 Re: Rear lights on 29th December 2015, 9:03 pm

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To get the rear lights out easier you need to rob the wifes hair dryer and warm up the bodywork behind the light to soften the sealing tape a little, they usually come out without too much of a fight then. Wink

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7 Re: Rear lights on 29th December 2015, 9:05 pm

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If only i knew before hand... Rolling Eyes Smile


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8 Re: Rear lights on 30th December 2015, 8:21 am

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The UK lights have a built in reflector on the outside of lense If I remember right  and the fog built in mate

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