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Old 14-01-12, 06:42 PM   #1
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hi guys is it possible to reto fit the auto lights like the trip mileage?
mine has trip but no auto lights.

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Old 14-01-12, 07:18 PM   #2
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You'll need a sensor at the top or your windscreen to start with, then a COM2000 and maybe a bit of planet programming...
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thanks for that. not as easy as reto fitting the tripmileage display then. dont think i will bother as easier to just turn them on i think
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Hi, sorry to butt in. how do I know if I have a sensor on the windscreen, I have auto wipers, a big bulky type sensor connected to my windscreen/rear view mirror, but the auto lights does not work. will my vin number help?
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i thought all cars with auto wipers also have the auto lights. do you have autolights setting? vin would also help, last 8 digits.
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The big sensor thats kind of connected to the rear view mirror is the rain senson,the auto light light sensor is a little dome type of sensor located right in the middle on top of the dashboard,hope this helps.
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Old 16-01-12, 07:27 AM   #7
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Not all cars with auto wipers have auto lights - take the 306 for example (something to do with CAN and VAN systems)

The sensor for the lights is now a combined sensor with the wipers
The dome sensor on the dash apparently is for the air con
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The sensor for the lights is now a combined sensor with the wipers
The dome sensor on the dash apparently is for the air con
That's what I though too...

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Hi, sorry to butt in. how do I know if I have a sensor on the windscreen, I have auto wipers, a big bulky type sensor connected to my windscreen/rear view mirror, but the auto lights does not work. will my vin number help?
You might (or might not) have a light sensor up there, but as far as I know you'd need a COM2000 with the on/off button for the auto lights on the light stalk to test...
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I see, I was just following the logic that light and rain sensors were unified. About the auto lights button, 407 doesn't have that, and afaik it uses com 2000, its just a setting on mfd.
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Dunno about 407's - they might well have a different way of working the auto lights via the mfd. We're talking about a 307 here.
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