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I purchased a set from capital west, http://www.capitolwest.com/mercedes_exterior_accessories.htm#Euro Lights <br> <br> They came with instructions. You may try calling them for the wiring directions. <br> <br> www.capitolwest.com also has the plugs as well as the wiring diagram for the W123. They were very nice to send it twice as I lost the first one. The plugs were around $20. EASY EASY EASY to install. I'm looking for lights for my W124 now. I really like the look of the Euro lights as opposed to the look I have now. <br> <br> Enjoy, the euro lights are worth it even though they were expensive ($600+) !!!<br> <br> <br> <br> <br>
 

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I went through this a couple of years ago. I just had to use an ohmmeter and work it out. It wasn't that difficult. You have to move a few pins around in the connector. If you really get stuck I can look at one of mine and write you a color code.<br> <br> Good luck,<br> Larry
 
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