Yeah I want the rear fogs as well, I just want to get through my transmission swap first before opening any other can of worms. As for the tire pressure functions. I would go with OEM because of the look unless you can convince me otherwise. Any more info on this Smart Tire company? Link?ADA said:BTW.....here is a picture of my EURO SPEC LCM.
auto-lights, rear fog lights, and manually electronic leveling
PS. jared....you need to do the rear fog light retrofit. Very easy!!! I posted a DIY but I deleted it.
Dude, just go to www.smartire.com as I pointed out. I am going to mount the "remote monitor display unit" on the opposite side of the LCM (on the wiper side of the steeering wheel).Ivegotissues666 said:Yeah I want the rear fogs as well, I just want to get through my transmission swap first before opening any other can of worms. As for the tire pressure functions. I would go with OEM because of the look unless you can convince me otherwise. Any more info on this Smart Tire company? Link?
I bought and installed the reading lamp assembly on my e46 sedan and got it working. I know that the connectors are different, but it's not too hard to get working. You have to connect the map lights to the positive from the garage door opener connector that is up in the space above the lights. This is the same line that most people tap into for their radar detectors. I can now use my map lights, but only when the car is actually in the on/running position, not when the car is off. If I get a chance, I will take some pictures and write up a DIY so you can see how I did it.I purchased a used E46 reading lamp assembly on e-Bay for very cheap, only to discover that the wiring connector is a completely different shape and style. I still have it in my parts drawer in case someone has cut the wires before and posts how to do it.
Since that one central button sends a signal to illuminate all of the other interior lights, I lost my nerve. Or at least, lost interest while I worked on other things.
I'm trying to install the footwell lights, i already ran the wires, but as i was supposed to connect the wires to that black box, i realized there was not enough free spaces, atleast not for the ground and not for the combo with with the red wires with blue strip, this one had only one empty slot.... how is it possible.Step 5: Once you made your socket connector crimp the ends with those blade connectors and connect the + to the Red/Blue Wire Barrier terminal and the - to the Brown Wire terminal. I did not have to extend the wires of the socket connector on the passenger side the length of wire was more than enough.