Plug and play Union Jack taillights for the countryman models, no coding needed.
Made to order, worldwide shipping, manufacture time 3-4 weeks.
1. Remove the chrome trims with a plastic pry tool
2. Open the boot and remove the little carpet section that leads to the rear of the lights
3. There are 2 white tabs that need to be turned it order to release the taillights. Then they can be removed, you want to lift out the side that didn't have the white tabs on
4. To refit - connect the wiring first, then push the light back in place, these don't connect the same way as the standard ones did, they have thread and nuts. Once the thread sticks through the inside, pop your head inside the boot and you’ll be able to attach the nuts
5. Swap over your chrome trim
MINI COUNTRYMAN R60 Union Jack taillights
Wiring extra brake lights (optional)
This is optional, other plug n play will still work, this will add an effect of extra brake lights when you hit brake pedal.
On the right-hand side of the tail lights (from rear of car) you will see a yellow/black line which is connected with top third brake (middle brake lights)
Connect the plug from left to right with the extra wire and then connect the spare line to the yellow/black line.
After connected, use electric tape to cover it up and you will then have an extra brake light.
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