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I have a 2007 jetta city and i wanted to put aftermarket headlights on it, so i bot 1999-2004 headlights thinking that it would be the same wiring harness, but it wasn't so then i trying splicing all the wires and conecting them by trial and error and i still can't get it to work?

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If i remember, u just need to invert 2 of the three wires. 2nd and 3rd, but not 100% sure. I am assuming u mean the light bulb is not same model.

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It is complicated, as if you get one wrong, none will work. Use a meter, then for the reverse just shift into reverse and check which cable is powered, then do the same for brakes, etc.

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