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Headlamp / headlight wiper Retrofit question; What's involved
Topic Started: Mon Apr 16, 2018 2:41 am (171 Views)
ConorD
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Hi all,
My 190 doesn't have the headlamp wiper option, but I always thought that the wipers on the lights looked great and that maybe they could be retrofitted similar to interior illuminated visors.
If the wipers can be retrofitted, what's involved? E.g. there's the motor & wipers to be fitted and trim piece with holes under the headlamp assembly. I assume that it comes with some multi-pin plug at the end but do most 190s have the multi-pin socket (same as the illuminated visors socket is there in most models just waiting to be used). I also assume that there's a mechanism for turning the headlamp wipers on and off; is that automatically plugged into the headlamp and wiper or is there a switchgear change required?
Lastly, does it require a new resevoir or new plug & tube into the windscreen washer resevoir?

Thanks and Best Regards,
Conor
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500man
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Ready to do to my own at no motor fixes to headlamp underside washer bottle is twin pump loom goes back to fusebox and wipers work when you use windscreen washer just make sure you get all bits from doner
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ConorD
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Thanks very much 500man! No switchgear and same resevoir - that's just what I wanted to hear!
Best Regards,
ConorD
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500man
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Bottle not the same it's a twin pump on bottle with headlamp washer
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Headlamp wash wipe only work when the headlamps are switched on.
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