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Hello!

Out of curiosity, what's this connector used for?

Part number 05113341AD:

Automotive tire Motor vehicle Gas Rim Bumper



Automotive parking light Hood Automotive tail & brake light Automotive lighting Grille


Other version/revision doesn't have that connector at all.

Part number 5113337AI:

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I think that's the adjuster for the self adjusting headlights. I've never seen any with it before.
 

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I think that's the adjuster for the self adjusting headlights. I've never seen any with it before.
Would it be possible to install self adjusting/leveling headlights to a car that doesn't have such headlights by default?
 

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If you can get ahold of all the wiring, control modules, switches, and such for the system... anything can be added. Not sure if he's done that, but if you look at @steffen.m he posted a lot of factory upgrade how-tos. Many of his better walkthroughs are in German on LanciaForums. You'll have to search through for one of his links to there.
 

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If you can get ahold of all the wiring, control modules, switches, and such for the system... anything can be added. Not sure if he's done that, but if you look at @steffen.m he posted a lot of factory upgrade how-tos. Many of his better walkthroughs are in German on LanciaForums. You'll have to search through for one of his links to there.
Probably not worth it.
On another note. I just found out the there are two different locations for the park lamps. I don't know if it depends on the model year or revision of the headlight or you can basically choose where you want to install your park lamps. One location is between the low and high beam and the other location is next to the low beam on the outer edge of the light.
 
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