puddlelights (1) - Installation Instructions For Derwankel...

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Installation Instructions For Derwankel RX-8 Puddle Lamps Installation of the puddle lamps should take approximately 45-60 minutes per side to complete following these simple instructions. Allow yourself plenty of time. There is no need to rush and potentially make mistakes that could lead to additional work or worse, damage to your new puddle lamps. Please read through these instructions entirely before beginning the installation so you are familiar with the installation steps. We strongly recommend you place a towel on the floor immediately under your car’s mirror while installing these lamps. If you accidentally drop an item, it is less likely to be damaged if it falls on the towel. List of packing materials that shipped with your puddle lamp order. If any item is missing, please contact us immediately for replacement. No. Description Quantity 1 Right Side Puddle lamp housing and lens 1 2 Left Side Puddle lamp housing and lens 1 3 Attachment Screws 2 4 Wiring assembly including lamp socket and lamp 2 5 Wire ties 12 6 Wire taps 4 Tools you will need to complete the installation: 1. Small phillips head screwdriver 2. Medium phillips head screwdriver 3. Medium slotted screwdriver 4. 8mm Nut driver 5. A large clean towel 6. A small clean shop rag NOTE: Prepare an area where you can place various panels and parts to be removed from the doors. This makes it easier to keep track of the parts and the whole process goes much easier. These instructions detail installation of a puddle lamp assembly in the U.S. passenger side mirror. The same instructions can be used to install the puddle lamp assembly in the U.S. driver side door as well.
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1. Here is a shot of the bottom of the U.S. passenger side mirror.. The small quarter- circle panel is where you will be installing the puddle lamp. 2. Start by pushing/rotating the mirror assembly back towards the front of the car to make it easier to get at the inside.
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3. Push the outer edge of the mirror (the glass area) all the way in on the outside so you can get your fingers behind the mirror as shown. Pull on the mirror with steady pressure until it pops loose. You must be brave and don’t be concerned about breaking it … this is the way it is done. 4. Three ball/socket connectors packed in grease hold on the mirror. You must continue pulling on the mirror to extract it from all three sockets. If you have heated mirrors you will need to disconnect the two leads (not shown).
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5. Once the mirror is removed from the sockets (easily seen here), the clips retaining the painted cover need to be released with a medium screwdriver to allow the cover to come off.
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