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Old 29-01-20, 17:08   #1
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Interior Rear Courtesy Lights Positioning

Can someone please provide guidance as to where the rear interior courtesy lights are mounted? I have the loom and the 2 rear lights but canít figure where to mount them. Is there a punched out recess somewhere? I canít even find photos of these courtesy lights to give me an idea. I think itís to the rear of the grab handles but canít be sure.
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Old 30-01-20, 00:35   #2
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I hope this works. I didn't really have time to check, but I think the just fit in the headlining pretty much.
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Old 30-01-20, 15:41   #3
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Thank you so much for this! Is there a recess behind there for the lights to click into?

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Old 31-01-20, 06:07   #4
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I will check today when I am at the shed.
I had a quick feel around but didnt have any tools with me. There is some kind of board there, maybe integrated with the roof lining. I will have a better look when it is a bit cooler as it is about 45 degrees in the shed atm.
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from memory theres a spot welded bracket in the calais for those lights
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Old 02-02-20, 03:16   #6
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from memory theres a spot welded bracket in the calais for those lights
We are going to carefully peel the roof lining around the area to see whatís there. Tried feeling it up today but ended up slightly stretching the material so we stopped.

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I will check today when I am at the shed.
I had a quick feel around but didnt have any tools with me. There is some kind of board there, maybe integrated with the roof lining. I will have a better look when it is a bit cooler as it is about 45 degrees in the shed atm.
Many thanks for doing this.
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