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Litronic lights

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Anyone know if the current wiring in a 2000 2.7L 986 will work "as is" with replacing the lights with the Litronic lights?

OR, does one have to buy a wiring harness to connect them?

BTW - I'm not talking about the bulbs, but the whole assembly; left and right side



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Swap conventional head lights with litronics will work on European cars, except the electronic leveling, you need sensors and wiring for that item, head light washer system is needed also ( i don't no in the US. )

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For US cars they are plug n' play.

If want the Xenon low beam to be added to the high beam when the high beams are on then you will need a control box and wired into each light. That is what came in the "kits" when I added mine.

Connecting the wires is fairly easy and most just use taps rather than re-pinning the connector.

As RFM said no self-leveling on non-factory installs. I doubt if it is worth all the trouble to install the sensors and the wiring.

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