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    Default Rain Sensor / Dimming mirror

    Sorry in advance if this has been asked before

    I have a facelift sri, I have brought a mirror from a 07 vauxhall a rain sensor with the large plug and a wiring loom from a prefacelift, will this work or do i need something else??

    Als im not sure if i have the correct trim parts numbers are

    13 126 142
    13 126 142

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    345-0504

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    You need a seperate loom for the dimming mirror,not sure on part numbers phil,others have done this, so sure they'll be along to assist....

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    not sure about the preface lift wiring loom and rain sensor being fitted to a facelift as I don't know if anyone had done it this way before.

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    Well if you are available this weekend for some help and advice let me know.

    I have the separate loom for the mirror, any idea where i need to plug them all in to?

    And i intend to fit the new upgrade light including the rear one and the illuminated sun visors any estimations on how long to do for some one who doesnt really know what he is doing??

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    yes in the leftside of the boot. there it all goes (just did it yesterday)

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    Thanks ken, is it that easy as i dont want to put the wrong plug in the wrong socket just incase i mess something else up

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    you cant put the plug in the wrong socket

    a pic before i mountet yesterday

    top cirkel is for roofloom, buttom is for autodimmingmirror. But you cant put them wrong in.


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    Quote Originally Posted by phil67 View Post
    Well if you are available this weekend for some help and advice let me know.

    I have the separate loom for the mirror, any idea where i need to plug them all in to?

    And i intend to fit the new upgrade light including the rear one and the illuminated sun visors any estimations on how long to do for some one who doesnt really know what he is doing??
    I fitted a new roof loom yesterday and it took me two hours and that was taking my time.

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    You have to unplug the existing one for the interior light and plug in the new loom in its place,i didn't bother removing my old loom as when i sell the car will remove it all and sell it on......

    Estimated time,i would say 2 hours max,good luck phil........

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    So two hours for majority of you, taking my technical limits in to account i reckon 4-5 hours. Just need to suss out this mirror and rainsensor connection otherwise i will have to leave it this weekend for one when i dont have to go in at all and when the other half is at work.

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