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Old 16 Dec 2001, 06:20 pm
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Default dust/dawn headlights

Does anyone know of a dust/dawn headlight switch that will work on 2002 PTC?
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Old 05 Jan 2002, 01:13 pm
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Are you referring to European "city lights"? These are typically 8-watt bulbs residing in the headlamp housing that give off a subtle glow that is noticeable enough for safety but not obnoxious like the American daytime running light debacle.

If you’re looking for a ready-made solution I don’t know of one yet. There are universal kits available in which you drill into the housing to install a grommet and bulb. Because the PT uses the 9005/9006 headlights, the easier-to-install H4 city light ring kit doesn’t work. See
http://www.rapidparts.com/Pages/vwc020p.html

The look is cool! Check out late model Jags and VW Golfs to see it.

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