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Re: Eurolights-battery post
After putting on my euro lights, on my 1991 200, I was left with an extra
parking light socket. I found that the 1989 Audi 90 front parking lights
are dual filament, so I got a pair, hooked up the wiring, and now have both
turn signals and parking lights in the stock turn signal on the bumper.
Easy conversion when the headlights are out. The best thing to do is get
the Audi 90 socket and about a foot of wiring so you have plenty of wire to
splice in. This makes replacing the bulb easy from the outside.
1991 200q, IA III, Euros, 17" BBS
From: scott miller <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Date: Wednesday, July 08, 1998 1:47 AM
Subject: Eurolights-battery post
>> I recall that the engine compartment auxiliary
>>battery terminal (+) is in the way due to the deeper profile of the
>>Has anyone found a reasonable new home for this?
>(not my idea - I read it on the list or Miller's site) I moved mine aft
>about an inch, so the foremost hole lines up with the aftmost hole in
>the windshield washer fluid reservoir.
>Still haven't put in those relays, been a little preoccupied. Noticed
>on my maiden cruise up north the headlight switch gets a little warm,
>even through the plastic cover. Better get to that.
>Someone was working on a dual-filament socket for the turn-signal lights
>in the bumper, any progress? My DOT corners didn't fit on my euros.
>Some sort of markers would be nice, or I'll switch my 20watt halogen
>city lights for much smaller ones. They're too bright for fog and snow,
>or entering military installations.
>Holland/Selfridge ANGB, Michigan
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