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Do the Mavericks have the basic wiring loom to install this feature, as looking around the fuseboxes, I have a empty gap where the relay should be.
Can I just a relay in, or is it a more involved procedure??

Th reason for asking, is that the EEC manderins in Brussels have decided that we should have them fitted, by law, they have just to set a date, but they also state that all new cars sold since 2000 can be retrofitted easily................ :shrug: :doh:

Plus, at work, it's company policy that the coaches have their headlamps switched on at all times when on the road, in line with most major bus companies in Britain, the ruling at work also involves any vehicle travelling on company premises.
 

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we have that same rule for our fleet. only thing it, we drive during the day with our lights on, but at night turn them off. lol. (only when on exercise though).
 

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camusdarrach said:
Do the Mavericks have the basic wiring loom to install this feature, as looking around the fuseboxes, I have a empty gap where the relay should be.
Can I just a relay in, or is it a more involved procedure??

Th reason for asking, is that the EEC manderins in Brussels have decided that we should have them fitted, by law, they have just to set a date, but they also state that all new cars sold since 2000 can be retrofitted easily................ :shrug: :doh:

Plus, at work, it's company policy that the coaches have their headlamps switched on at all times when on the road, in line with most major bus companies in Britain, the ruling at work also involves any vehicle travelling on company premises.
I'm sure JP can advise about the relay situation.
 
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