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Need help installing mini cooper headlights into a 1949 chevrolet pick up, the connector on the headlight has 7 connection points, 3 are for the headlights and brights. the other 4 i want to know what each wire is for. I think it has a motor with which you can set the light with from inside the car?

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I am not familiar with the Mini Cooper headlamps, but if they are HID lamps there will be a solenoid in the headlamp that drops a shield in front of the lamp source for normal running and then removes the shield for high beam. That could be what the other connections are for.

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thanks, on the back housing it has 2 set screws that goes to the inside and on this sealed unit with the 4 wires on the inside it also has something similar to the connections of the set screws. i saw when you switch the lights on on a mini the lights goes up and then down, i think it is maybe something like that or you can set the height electronically from the inside of the vehicle, but i still need the wiring diagram to be able to connect those wires if i want to use it.

I can connect the lights without that but i might just need to set the light a little more than with just the set screws.

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