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    BMW E36 plasma speedo cluster clocks dials.
    got them today how do i fit them
    help please
    cant find a step-by-step installation guid:(




    think im needing a inverter.
    http://forums.bimmerforums.com/forum....php?t=1273847
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    Your definitely missing an inverter..

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    found the inverter the dog must of ran of with it lol.
    anyway about to try and wire them into the headlight switch
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    Quote Originally Posted by kevinbmw318is View Post
    found the inverter the dog must of ran of with it lol.
    anyway about to try and wire them into the headlight switch
    It might be better/ easier wiring the feed for the inverter into either the illumination wire for your headunit or the light ring for the cigarette lighter.

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    I have these, but they were on when I bought the car so can't really comment on the wiring. They do look good though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pangster View Post
    It might be better/ easier wiring the feed for the inverter into either the illumination wire for your headunit or the light ring for the cigarette lighter.
    think ill have to mate, i tryed to do it from the yellow wire and joined it to the red 12v on the inverter and then done the black (inverter) to brown but its not working :(

    i hate wiring!
    im bad at it
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    Yay got them working. was my daft fault lol didnt notice i need to have the main lights on to get them to light up happy!!! thanks all
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