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Euro tail light conversion cable. Easy or hard mod? Where to find?!
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    Euro tail light conversion cable. Easy or hard mod? Where to find?!

    I ordered the Euro tail light from Bahn Brenner motorsports.
    but it seems that the cable from Italy is being held up at customs? I made the order in like March or April. So I have been waiting for awhile..

    I am thinking of canceling the order. If so Id have to make my own cable. Has anyone done this? How easy or hard would you rank the euro tail conversion mod?

    does anyone have a cable for sale? Or the full kit? Ok thanks in advance!
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    Expensive, but takes the guess work out Mickey Mouse one yourself. That would probably upset the cars computer system. This is the way I’d go.

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    The set that i had on my car (currently sitting in the shed) were home built. The guy that made them said the hardest part was getting the euro plug
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    I bought mine, for my 2016 Abarth coupe from TMC motorsports. They sold a kit complete with lights, painted inserts and North American wiring harness adaptors. I just checked their website - it seems they no longer sell the kit, only the lights. The lights and kit they sold me was truly plug and play. Works perfectly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hermiabarth View Post
    I bought mine, for my 2016 Abarth coupe from TMC motorsports. They sold a kit complete with lights, painted inserts and North American wiring harness adaptors. I just checked their website - it seems they no longer sell the kit, only the lights. The lights and kit they sold me was truly plug and play. Works perfectly.
    That’s not good news. A sign of things to come, stateside? No more new 500’s, no more aftermarket tweakers
    2017 500 Abarth, manual trans, NAV, Beats, Sunroof, 17" wheels, everything. But no mods. None, nada.

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    There's a guy on the Abarth group on FB that sells the whole kit for 250euros plus shipping. Seems like a lot of people got it from him and are very happy. I plan on getting it from him once I get my boost problems sorted out.

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    Same here noc, as soon as i remedy my boost issues, these are on my list.

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    I just completed the Euro Tail Light Mod on my 2015 Fiat 500 Abarth. I ordered the lights from Amazon and it took just over two weeks to be delivered. There are several ways to do the wiring. I elected to purchase the bare plugs along with the little contacts so I could make my own. This was not the best decision. Even though I am quite familiar with making up these kinds of connectors, the job was quite fiddly. If I had it to do over again I would purchase the plugs with the contacts and wires already installed. Then it would be a simple matter of matching the correct pins between the 6 pin plug and the 5 pin plug, soldering the wires together, and protecting everything with a bit of heat shrink tubing. That way I could have saved a lot of time installing the tiny connectors and locking them in place so that they would function properly. I like the idea of using the proper water proof plugs to make up a jumper/adapter rather than wiring directly pin-to-pin and trying to seal everything up with a sealant or some hot glue, but there are instructions on the Internet if you prefer that method. There are several well documented posts on the Internet showing how to wire the plugs. You can also buy an adapter kit, but they're quite expensive. If you can solder, you're better off doing it yourself. Remember, the Euro version doesn't have a back up light. I elected to use a separate module for the back up light but some folks insert a LED inside the light assembly.
    The lights I bought didn't come with a center panel and I was not prepared to pay someone a hundred and fifty bucks for two simple pieces of plastic, so I printed my own on my 3d printer. It was easy and I was able to include the Scorpion logo in the design. Those who are interested can find the files on Thingiverse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mozella View Post
    I just completed the Euro Tail Light Mod on my 2015 Fiat 500 Abarth. I ordered the lights from Amazon and it took just over two weeks to be delivered. There are several ways to do the wiring. I elected to purchase the bare plugs along with the little contacts so I could make my own. This was not the best decision. Even though I am quite familiar with making up these kinds of connectors, the job was quite fiddly. If I had it to do over again I would purchase the plugs with the contacts and wires already installed. Then it would be a simple matter of matching the correct pins between the 6 pin plug and the 5 pin plug, soldering the wires together, and protecting everything with a bit of heat shrink tubing. That way I could have saved a lot of time installing the tiny connectors and locking them in place so that they would function properly. I like the idea of using the proper water proof plugs to make up a jumper/adapter rather than wiring directly pin-to-pin and trying to seal everything up with a sealant or some hot glue, but there are instructions on the Internet if you prefer that method. There are several well documented posts on the Internet showing how to wire the plugs. You can also buy an adapter kit, but they're quite expensive. If you can solder, you're better off doing it yourself. Remember, the Euro version doesn't have a back up light. I elected to use a separate module for the back up light but some folks insert a LED inside the light assembly.
    The lights I bought didn't come with a center panel and I was not prepared to pay someone a hundred and fifty bucks for two simple pieces of plastic, so I printed my own on my 3d printer. It was easy and I was able to include the Scorpion logo in the design. Those who are interested can find the files on Thingiverse.
    That looks awesome. How hard was it to model?

    Also where did you end up putting the reverse light?

    I just finished making my own harness now im waiting for my lights to show up haha. Trying to decide what to do for the reverse light.

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