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Date:         Wed, 5 Apr 2000 14:11:37 +0200
Reply-To:     Per Lindgren <lindgre@ONLINE.NO>
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From:         Per Lindgren <lindgre@ONLINE.NO>
Subject:      Re: Automatic lights
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Andrew Grebneff wrote:

> Does anybody know of a QUALITY aftermarket automatic light setup? > > My 1988 Nissan Skyline had 2-stage automatic on/off lights and it was just > great. I want to convert my Caravelle to auto lights. I may have to use > Nissan parts, or perhaps Corona or Honda Legend, but a kit would be easier > to install, as nobody here has wiring diagrams for Japanese-market cars. > All of the abovementioned cars are exJapan.

My Syncro has automatic lights, all 1985-up sold in both Norway and Sweden has this. I also saw the wiring diagram in the Bentley, so you can wire it up yourself.

> > > Hmmm...then maybe auto wipers...

Now this is easier, but a lot more expensive! Hella sell a kit, but it costs US$ 240. You just stick the sensor on the inside of the windshield (inside the wiped area), and replace the regular intermittent relay with the relay that hangs on the end of the wire from the sensor. This is exactly what the new Golfs and Boras come with from the factory.

PerL 87 Syncro 112i

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