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Threaded Plastic and Parker Wires... 
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Post Threaded Plastic and Parker Wires...
So both my parkers went at the same time, the rear parking lights still work as normal though. When I replaced my bumper the idiot wired 2 of the wires through the brackets and they needed to be cut. We did this at Stuart's and I remember testing the lights after cutting and all was good however maybe my memory is a bit shakey...

Would the wires in the photo below be the parkers?

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Also, I was redoing my head unit and some audio stuff today, decided to fully remove my bit and bit around the bit in preparation for the new one however one of the screws facing the underside is threaded causing me many headaches... Best way to remove it?

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Tue Mar 29, 2016 6:46 pm
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Post Re: Threaded Plastic and Parker Wires...
Way to confuse..... :lol:

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    Tue Mar 29, 2016 8:19 pm
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    Post Re: Threaded Plastic and Parker Wires...
    dstocks wrote:
    Way to confuse..... :lol:


    Hm?

    Is there a wiring diagram for the parkers/indicators?


    Tue Mar 29, 2016 8:41 pm
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    Just trolling. Im on dial up atm (out of bandwidth), so no pictures........ Guessing what you said would make more sense with those.

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      dstocks wrote:
      Just trolling. Im on dial up atm (out of bandwidth), so no pictures........


      Found the wiring manual anyway :D

      I think I ahve confused myself. The lower lights with the indicators, they are fog lights right? My fog light switch has been burned since owning it. The parkers are part of the main headlight?


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      Post Re: Threaded Plastic and Parker Wires...
      Nope. On a prefacelift, you have parkers, indicators and foglights in the same unit (unless you have a GR - no foglights). Only facelift have parkers in the headlights

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        Tue Mar 29, 2016 9:11 pm
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        Post Re: Threaded Plastic and Parker Wires...
        dstocks wrote:
        Nope. On a prefacelift, you have parkers, indicators and foglights in the same unit (unless you have a GR - no foglights). Only facelift have parkers in the headlights


        Cool, I have prefacelift, I will need to sort out the wiring...


        Tue Mar 29, 2016 9:18 pm
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        Post Re: Threaded Plastic and Parker Wires...
        To confirm, it was the wires we cut :oops:

        Reconnected them up with butt connectors and loomed some of the wire so it looks better.


        Wed Mar 30, 2016 10:54 am
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