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E36General discussion and technical help for (E36) 1992-1999 3 series cars. 318, 323, 325, 328.
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[QUOTE=Dudesky]So I jumped some wires to make use of the spare circuit in the tail lights, now they turn on to add more braking light. Question is, should I keep them that way . . what do you think, yay or nay?
Well, this shot was taken in daylight...wonder how bright they are in the night???
No. There's an unused trace circuit in the tail lights, I believe it's for the rear fogs on Euro spec cars. The bulb in that section is a dual filament, the second of which is unused. That's what I wired up. It's completely independent of any other lighting.
Yea xsperf, I'm not too crazy about the dim area between the two lit up. Guess I'll mull it over a few more days. I'd seen it done on a 318ti, and it looks good.
Dudesky, you need to tint the rear window for the clowns with hi beams or head lamps aimed high. That or set up a switch to activate your brake lights for a "brake check".
Speaking of (not to hijack) coming from airport today I "brake checked" some bitch tailgaiting me while she was putting her make-up on. She then pulled up along side us giving me the finger and bitching - but she hadn't noticed the left side of her face was covered in smeared mascara - we just laughed and waved back at her. She looked like a pirate...