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Old 06-15-2015, 04:17 PM   #26
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'02 Bawkeye WRX
'04 tOtaledBS | '68 MGBGT


My driver side had the 7 pin, pass didn't so we hardwired it with individual connectors on each wire, listed at the bottom for hi/low. Also I'm not sure if the DRL labels actually mean DRL, I had mine disabled and we were working on the parking lights, had a bit of a brain fart and thought plugging in the DRL would get those bulbs on, then we got them working and assumed they were the DRL..so that might be parking lights But the colors to pin location are there

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Old 06-15-2015, 06:02 PM   #27
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Thank you ever so much! This forum has proved to be a lot more helpful than the UK version! I'll write the diagram down and hopefully it is the same for mine- hoping the UK and U.S. Market didn't fiddle with the wiring too much

Here's a couple photos of mine

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Old 01-02-2016, 08:11 PM   #28
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Default Great write up

I just recently did the same swap 02-07 front end can I reuse the the fender liners from the 02 front or get new 06-07 fender liners ?
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Old 09-01-2016, 04:24 PM   #29
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^^ you will need new liners from 06-07.

But reason for bumping this is because I made up a wire run diagram for the associated wiring schematics. (wish I could attach the PDF I made with everything). These are for 2002 to 2006 WRX headlights (non-STI). Also, I fortunately was able to get the harness side connectors from a 2006 WRX to splice with the existing 2002 harness for a clean swap. You could use this to run jumper wires from your 02 harness to the 06 headlight harness as well (currently how mine is set up) instead of running all the wires like the OP did. You will just need to look at the pin outs a little closer since the headlight harness is only black and red wires.

Also for reference "clearance" is the parking lights (city lights).

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Old 08-06-2019, 11:51 PM   #30
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Has anybody had any issues when doing this with the fenders liners up front? Mine just donít seem to fit the way they probably should but I also donít have a skid plate right now so Iím not sure if thatís just my issue with mounting the front of the liners??
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