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Wing Sidelight Fitting & Wiring #619256
27/02/20 09:41 AM
27/02/20 09:41 AM
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haverfordwest
Nostalgiajohn Offline OP
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Hi all, I have just purchased a pair of Chrome Wing Sidelights for my Mog (Marty) and as I have no reference points for correct placing would appreciate any advice from TM's out there? These are the more recent longer version with 2 x bolts and rubber gasket. Also as my car is a 2011 Plus 4 I am led to believe that wiring is already in place for retro fitting, any comments/help?
Thanks,
John

Re: Wing Sidelight Fitting & Wiring [Re: Nostalgiajohn] #619258
27/02/20 09:56 AM
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Yes look for spare red/orange o/s and red/black n/s cables, plus matching black as earth of course.

Last edited by Richard Wood; 27/02/20 10:02 AM.

Richard

2018 Roadster - Red/Magnolia - "Morton"
1966 Land Rover series 2a SWB
1960 Velocette Venom
Re: Wing Sidelight Fitting & Wiring [Re: Richard Wood] #619372
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Hi Richard, I have noticed that behind both wheels in what appears to be the loom under the wings there is a blanked off piece?
John

Re: Wing Sidelight Fitting & Wiring [Re: Nostalgiajohn] #619585
28/02/20 04:11 PM
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All the wiring diagram tells me is the cables mentioned eminate from a loom protected by 13mm convoluted tubing on the offside. There are then four normally unused cables 380mm long on the o/s to what appear to be individual bullet connectors and another three also 380mm long, from a loom that runs across to the n/s. The colour coded cables mentioned above are within these cable groups, the extra blue/yellow ones being for optional fog/spot lights.

Last edited by Richard Wood; 28/02/20 04:15 PM.

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2018 Roadster - Red/Magnolia - "Morton"
1966 Land Rover series 2a SWB
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