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Passenger Door Light Switch Fitting


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There is a place for a door pin switch for the internal light covered over by tape on the passenger B-pillar. Is there a harness present behind this to connect a door pin switch?

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No there isn't Kev...

All you need to do is buy another door switch from either Mr T or Citroen/Peugeot and roughly 6-7m of wiring and a Scotchlock connector and yo're good to go - there was someone called Devon Aygo on here that done it however i cannot find his post :blink:

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Why would you need 6 or 7m of wire? That's over twice the length of the entire car!

You only need about 2m (7') if you go across the car underneath the seats or a littele

under 3m (10') if you decide to rout the wire under the sill, up the A-pillar and then

straight to the domelight. I chose the latter so I could splice in a diode which prevents

the light-reminder from going off on the other doors.

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as someone who is thoroughly irritated by the 50p max penny pinching of this can you please post a procedure on how you did that?! Please!

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Cheers REFZ for that...

Anyone know what switches you would need if you wanted to install switches for the rear doors as well if you have a 5dr? That's something i DEFINATELY wanna do

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Thanks for the feedback guys, I may get this done when the alarm is being installed. Back doors and tailgate would be nice to have too!

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