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Old 26th April 2010, 15:26   #16
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+ve which is coming from door switch is Blue Color.
-ve is brown, I don't remember now, but using the car chassis ground was not turning ON the relay so u used two wires.
3rd wire (which i didnt used is cabin light over-ride)
thanks a lot. i have the santro electrical service manual. will confirm.
i always wanted to do something like this. but my DIY skill and tools are limited.
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Old 26th April 2010, 17:36   #17
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is it a PDF version or a hard copy ?

You would need only soldering iron, and a screw driver for this one, once you arrange the L.E.D. strip and the relay.
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is it a PDF version or a hard copy ?

You would need only soldering iron, and a screw driver for this one, once you arrange the L.E.D. strip and the relay.
Neither PDF or hard-copy.
Its a hyundai oem software. i have posted the link below. once you have dwled it, i can help you configure it if you are not able to. Requires a cd virtual drive setting.
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/1683382-post295.html

Soldering and wiring, iam ok, but my door panels have 6.5 " speakers on them bolted to the metal door behind the panel, meaning the entire set, speaker, wooden rings and wiring would have to be removed first to remove the panel. too much effort.

I have already put white led's in the cup holders. therefore credit goes to you. will post some pics soon.

Let me know if you require any help with the service manual installation.

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Old 26th April 2010, 18:47   #19
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oh, thanks for the link and giving me credit of cup holder lights.

Infact i was unable to remove the entire panel, i took it out from bottom, upper part was not getting removed, so i inserted one hand from the hole which should be below the hand rest towards outer area of door, and tried to catch the wire inserted from plastic cap hole, took me a while but was manageable.
you'll need to Roll up the Window to be able to do this.

Once the wire was in, i did same for it to use the same hole from where power-window and central locking cable goes, so without removing full panel i was able to run the wire through.
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Amazing !

Please give specifications of parts used. Not good at wiring and stuff though managed something last time f0r my spark

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/modifi...led-spark.html (LED for Spark)


1. LED - Can be bought in electronic shop
2. Relay?
3. Which wires?

I hope i can do it on spark.


Do red led blink when active?

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Amazing !

Please give specifications of parts used. Not good at wiring and stuff though managed something last time f0r my spark

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/modifi...led-spark.html (LED for Spark)


1. LED - Can be bought in electronic shop
2. Relay?
3. Which wires?

I hope i can do it on spark.


Do red led blink when active?
hi,
you can buy L.E.D. strip from local shop or ebay.
relay can be bought at any car accessories shop especially ones dealing with car horns and light stuff.
wire can also be arranged on above mentioned shop.
to be more protective, use a plastic coated sliving like i used (Rs.2 per meter) even with with good wires, this would give extra protection from doors pressing your wire every day.

This can be done on any car in India and abroad which runs on 12v battery.

Try it, in case of problem, just post it, I and others L.E.D. fans are already here to guide you.
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Did the L.E.D. Connection on other front Door Today, Its looking real cool now.

Didn't clicked photos as was busy whole evening.

might post it tomorrow night.
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Good job buddy. One of the best feature which are not available in Indian Low end cars...
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Good job and very useful additions! Hope the spliced wiring is secured and insulated well.
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Good job and very useful additions! Hope the spliced wiring is secured and insulated well.
Yes the wires are properly tapped at joints and the entire wire which runs for this is having a extra sleeve to prevent shorts.
This setup also includes a fuse to further prevent any shorts circuits.
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