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G3 headlamp / mirror adjuster block - illuminated?

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13 Feb 2020 19:23 - 13 Feb 2020 19:25 #218449 by Scimike
The Headlamp come mirror adjuster block on the G3, should it be illuminated with the interior lights or is it a none illuminated item?

Few nights ago I had need to adjust my headlamps and realised two things :
1)it's hard to find in the dark as you drive along
2) mine is not illuminated, which is the reason for option 1

So blown bulb or standard feature? Only asking as don't want to investigate only to find it's not illuminated.

Here is the item in question just in case my description is bad or you can't see yours as well :laugh:



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Mike
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13 Feb 2020 20:00 #218453 by gusthegorilla
I have two Gen 3's, and it's not illuminated on either of them....
....now you've got ME wondering, Mike !!!

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13 Feb 2020 20:53 #218459 by Max Headroom
Mine isn't illuminated either - bit daft, but could easily have some light thrown on to it I guess


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13 Feb 2020 21:02 #218460 by Scimike
Thanks all

So standard feature -. Unless some has something different?

Some form of head touch required or repeated "practice" to get muscle memory going.

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14 Feb 2020 05:17 #218475 by Lambert
It's a muscle memory thing, you pick it up with prolonged exposure. You also become irritated when someone else has been playing with the light distribution you are used to.

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