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#1 Saturday 8th September 2012 20:01:52

Lady-Hynarc
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Interior Lights

The interior lights in the Citroen C3 are c*** - does anyone have any suggestions as to some kind of auxiliary interior light that I can use to plug in to either the USB or 12V connector so that I can see my training materials when briefing.

Thanks

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Saturday 8th September 2012 20:01:52

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#2 Saturday 8th September 2012 20:30:56

Robbie
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Re: Interior Lights

I used to use one of those push LED lights in one of my old cars.
buy them from most DIY stores for a couple of quid.
Now i use a Galaxy tab i dont need light, and also finish at 5.30pm

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#3 Friday 22nd February 2013 19:21:46

Saint_Albans_ADI
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Re: Interior Lights

I like the idea of finishing at 5.30  wink the push led lights would work cheep and run on batteries


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#4 Friday 22nd February 2013 20:30:38

kaf
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Re: Interior Lights

Upgrade the interior bulbs with high performance LEDs

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#5 Friday 22nd February 2013 21:32:09

Robbie
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Re: Interior Lights

its great finishing at 5.30, but most days now i finish at 5.15.
its getting lighter now so i dont have to worry about that.
My Polo has lights above the sun visors aswell as the 4 map and interior lights.

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#6 Friday 22nd February 2013 22:08:23

Triplea35
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Re: Interior Lights

I have the new model C3 and agree the interior lights are not brill. With the huge windscreen however all I ever do is park under a street light and pull the internal roof cover back and hey presto ,almost daylight!

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