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Roof Lights

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06 Dec 2013 17:26 #94799 by funny16
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I like this topic also,

Can you tell me, how you did the wiring.. ( i mean the way of the cable to inside )
Iám still busy with my rooflights ( photos are coming )
Most difficult for me is, how and were i put the wiring going inside...?

maybe advise...??

Thanks

funn

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06 Dec 2013 20:03 #94823 by ooky_123
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You have 2 options.
First is remove the Ariel and feed the wires down the A Pillar and then pick them up under the right hand side of the dashboard.
Second option is the one I took and that was to drill a 5mm hole in the roof and them deal it with silkaflex, then run the cable under the headlining and down the inside A pillar trim and under the dash

I then used 2 relays to control the lights (outside pair and inside pair)

Later though I replaced the roof rack and lights completely with a dedicated light pod. But kept the wiring.
The hole in the roof being covered by the pod itself

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07 Dec 2013 23:03 #94975 by funny16
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Thanks ooky for the replay.

I start next week again with the roof-lights.
I certainly take your advise with me..

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