I didn't think I'd need any wiring other than the power supply. I was guessing that it was a stand-alone unit.chopper1192 said:You'd need the mirror, which will nae be cheap. A used mirror from a 407 being broken might be cheaper. You'll then need to lay in a power supply, slaved to the lights. Not difficult, but the mirror itself might cost a few pennies.
Not doubting you chop. Just intrigued.chopper1192 said:you need the power relayed into the headlamps though, or on bright sunny days the whole thing will dim. Been thinking about this, and I still reckon a 407 being broken (you need the original Sport from 2004/2005, or SE-Lux and higher) could be your best bet for the mirror. Wiring should be a snap. Could be an interesting project there.
LOL, Now I've figured it out mate, I didn't realise this was a dimming mirror, LOL. I for some reason thought it was just a mirror with courtesy lights on, LMAO. What a dumbass!chopper1192 said:I dunno. maybe I'm losing something in the translation!
either way, Graeme should try it and let us know how it goes - it would make a good 'how to'.
Yes mate, I think so. I can't be 100% but the pic looks like it has the 2 x small leds on the lower rim of the mirror, which would indicate that it's the self dimming one.steve m said: