Re: r32 tail lights and EURO fin antenna installed (asuckiel)
got it from tmtuning.com for ~$50. Problem with it is that my AM reception is gone now. Install was somewhat of a PITA, had to lower the headliner and other stuff, overall wasn't too bad.
If tmtuning sends me a working antenna I'll document the installation then. This is the DIY I followed, i went a little more extreme and lowered the headliner even more by removing some other trim pieces. http://www.golfmkv.com/forums/...=3508
Re: r32 tail lights and EURO fin antenna installed (Rodknock)
The front just for good measure (fog lights are DRL's)
Hazard mode (they are more amber in real life):
Rear Foglight on along with night lights (it's more red in real life):
Foglight and reverse on:
And some different angles:
I didn't go with LED's because:
#1 They're $450 and these were $220
#2 I want tinted LED's, and these may come out tomorrow, next week, a year from now, who knows...
As for coding, I just unchecked all the bits in byte 13 so the binary strin reads '00000000' , as specified in the DIY by 4string http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif to him and the other fellow suggesting to just solder the inside of the lights to avoid splicing (more info in the DIY).
Re: r32 tail lights and EURO fin antenna installed (zither99)
There is something very "Rally-Car-ish" with those first photos...Its not just the dirt but the tires and the ride height....And I kinda dig it!!! Watch out Colin McCrae here comes Zither and his Tailights are all you are gonna see!!
On a side note. The stock GTI Tailights are weak. The turn indicator is dim and weak.
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