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Old 22-02-15, 10:56 PM   #1
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I havea 207 1.6 vti xs pack.
Its a great car, but i miss a auto dimming rear mirror.
Is it possible to build in one?
Plug n play or do i have to get lots of work with it?
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Try this: Auto dimming rear view mirror+3.5" backup camera display,fits Peugeot,Citroen,UK | eBay
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Old 23-02-15, 07:03 AM   #3
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I can buy original mirror, but first i need to know if it is possible to swap the mirror
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Old 23-02-15, 08:12 AM   #4
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you will have to check if the wiring is there first, if it is then you most likely can retrofit, it may just have to e activated on planet. thats to fit the original.

if wiring is not there then that looks like a good options, and you can add a reversing camera! looks great if a bit pricey!
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you will have to check if the wiring is there first, if it is then you most likely can retrofit, it may just have to e activated on planet. thats to fit the original.

if wiring is not there then that looks like a good options, and you can add a reversing camera! looks great if a bit pricey!
Hi m8,
Thankyou.
Where i can find that wiring? I pull off the stock mirror this morning, and under that plastic there is a little box what looks like a sensor for rain/automatic lights. There is a wire in it.. No other wires under that plastic.
Any hints?

And is it neccesairy to activate a mirror?
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Hi m8,
Thankyou.
Where i can find that wiring? I pull off the stock mirror this morning, and under that plastic there is a little box what looks like a sensor for rain/automatic lights. There is a wire in it.. No other wires under that plastic.
Any hints?

And is it neccesairy to activate a mirror?
yeah dont mess with that those things are a bit sensitive!

if there is any wiring for it it will be where the fetoon light is, that unit on the roof, at your own risk remove it and check, but better waiting for someone who is 100% sure of this.

and yeah it will most likely need activating on peugeot planet. thats just the way this cars are if you want to retrofit original parts.

if any of the range has it you can very likely retrofit it, this is for everything!
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yeah dont mess with that those things are a bit sensitive!

if there is any wiring for it it will be where the fetoon light is, that unit on the roof, at your own risk remove it and check, but better waiting for someone who is 100% sure of this.

and yeah it will most likely need activating on peugeot planet. thats just the way this cars are if you want to retrofit original parts.

if any of the range has it you can very likely retrofit it, this is for everything!
thanks again. ok,than i will try to pull out the rooflight plastic and than the rooflight unit. i try it later today with a screwdriver. the whole unit must out of the roof, right? I also going to check on ebay to get a PP myself...
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thanks again. ok,than i will try to pull out the rooflight plastic and than the rooflight unit. i try it later today with a screwdriver. the whole unit must out of the roof, right? I also going to check on ebay to get a PP myself...
most of this thing are just pushed out, again do so at your own risk and remember there is a good chance u can break one of the pins and then it will rattle forever! so if you are going to do it, take your time and try and do some research!
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most of this thing are just pushed out, again do so at your own risk and remember there is a good chance u can break one of the pins and then it will rattle forever! so if you are going to do it, take your time and try and do some research!
thanks.
i will try to pull out carefully, it's only pull, right? no 'special moves' to get it out of it? which mirrors are also useable to plug in a 207? maybe the mirror from a 307?
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Old 23-02-15, 03:38 PM   #10
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I have try to pull out the rooflight, no succeed it sounds like it going to broke when you try to pull out. I have try the transparant plastic.
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