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Author Topic: Dual projector curve active & horizon active headlamps  (Read 430 times)

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Offline kgschlosser

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Re: Dual projector curve active & horizon active headlamps
« Reply #25 on: July 10, 2021, 04:07:08 PM »
The electrical aspects are not really that hard. The programming aspects and reverse engineering the data signals is the hard part.

I already picked up a 2 channel CAN interface that I can plug into a laptop and I wrote some software that will allow me to plug in a tech2 scanner into one channel and the other will connect to the car. This way when I tell the tech2 scanner to do something  I can record  the information that is coming out of it. and any information that is on the network that isn't typical or repeated I will record this  way I can figure out what the response is from the car.
I already have things like headlights, parking lights, door lock, driver door unlock, passenger door unlock, speedometer, rpm, fuel level, turn signals, trunk pop, fog lights and a bunch of other things already reverse engineered. Oh I also have transmission gear for a manual transmission done also. I need to get the steering angle from the EBCM.


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Re: Dual projector curve active & horizon active headlamps
« Reply #26 on: July 10, 2021, 10:07:28 PM »
Adding fuses into the stock fuse box is easy, there is a terminal you crimp onto your load wire and then it installs in the back of the fuse panel like a terminal connector.  The fuse then plugs into that terminal.  I got the crimp terminal from my GM dealer.

You will have to take the panel out of the housing but I am sure you will be able to figure that out.  Look at how the other wires install and you should be able to figure out how to add to it.

The hard part is going to be getting the crimp terminal.
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Re: Dual projector curve active & horizon active headlamps
« Reply #27 on: July 11, 2021, 02:00:27 AM »
tiz not my first time opening up a fuse box and adding fuses/relays. It's sometimes really interesting what ya find inside. sometimes it is all nice and neat and other times it looks like a bowl of spaghetti



 

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