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Old 10-06-2015, 01:58 AM   #1
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My Ride: 2000 323i Touring
European LCM panel rear fog light switch re-wired to either DRLs or halos

Hello, I have a US 2000 323i and got my hands on a light switch panel with two fog light switches, one for the front and one for the rear. I'm thinking of using the rear switch for turning on the tiny bulb that I'm planning to install in the holes above the high beams. Alternatively, this switch could also be used for halos if I decide to go that route. I'm aware of the possibility that my LCM may not be compatible but from what I've read, pre-facelift LCMs seems to be already programmed to recognize that switch; it's just a matter of re-wiring out of the tail light.

I'm wondering if anyone had done this, confirm if this is could work, or if there are guides somewhere they can point me to.

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