Fiat Fiorino (LWR)

149,00  419,00  incl. 19% VAT

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149,00  incl. 19% VAT
419,00  incl. 19% VAT

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Description

Fiorino II (type 147)

The second generation corresponded in style to the Fiat Uno, but there were three sub-series that differed greatly in terms of technology:

The first sub-series (1988-1991) optically adopted the front section (up to the B-pillar) from the Uno Mk1, as did the interior. The technology under the sheet, on the other hand, had hardly changed to the first generation Fiorino. The technical basis was the Brazilian model of the Uno (Uno CS), which is based on the FIAT 127. Whole elementary assemblies such as chassis and drive components were still taken over directly from the predecessor. The suspension strut domes, the suspension struts, the entire front axle and the rear axle, which was basically made up of a large transverse leaf spring assembly, were equipped in accordance with model 147.

The second sub-series (1992-1994) was only a short intermediate series and also adopted the old technology. A purely external facelift was carried out on the sheet, which was stylistically based on the Uno Mk2. Headlights, fenders, bonnet, grill and the like were only found on the Fiorino in Europe and are not identical to the European Uno. These parts came from a corresponding UN, which was only built in this form in Brazil (where the Fiorinos also rolled off the assembly line). The interior retained the look of the Uno Mk1.


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Preis: 149 €
Fiorino II (type 147)

The second generation corresponded in style to the Fiat Uno, but there were three sub-series that differed greatly in terms of technology:

The first sub-series (1988-1991) optically adopted the front section (up to the B-pillar) from the Uno Mk1, as did the interior. The technology under the sheet, on the other hand, had hardly changed to the first generation Fiorino. The technical basis was the Brazilian model of the Uno (Uno CS), which is based on the FIAT 127. Whole elementary assemblies such as chassis and drive components were still taken over directly from the predecessor. The suspension strut domes, the suspension struts, the entire front axle and the rear axle, which was basically made up of a large transverse leaf spring assembly, were equipped in accordance with model 147.

The second sub-series (1992-1994) was only a short intermediate series and also adopted the old technology. A purely external facelift was carried out on the sheet, which was stylistically based on the Uno Mk2. Headlights, fenders, bonnet, grill and the like were only found on the Fiorino in Europe and are not identical to the European Uno. These parts came from a corresponding UN, which was only built in this form in Brazil (where the Fiorinos also rolled off the assembly line). The interior retained the look of the Uno Mk1.


New conversion kit C.HEL.24N.RSMLSTD

Ready-made electrical LWR conversion kit as a replacement for the hydraulic headlight range control, consisting of:

  • 2 new servomotors
  • 1 new round LWR switch for the interior
  • very detailed illustrated installation instructions
  • Various installation materials
  • 1 cable set (new and suitably assembled)

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Preis: 419 €
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Conversion to electric automatic LWR – headlight range control for various vehicles This conversion kit is among other things required for imported vehicles or for retrofitting LED or xenon headlights. Until around the end of 2018, Hella provided a universal aLWR retrofit kit (8XX 010 315-001), which unfortunately is no longer manufactured and sold by Hella. As the demand for an automatic headlight range control still is very large I decided to develop an ALWR myself. This ALWR (automatic headlight range control) is specially designed for vehicles with xenon or LED headlights, in which the light source of a headlight has a target luminous flux of 2000 Lumens exceeds. According to the legislator, these vehicles no longer allow the headlight range to be regulated manually from the interior. This ALWR retrofit is mostly used for vehicles imported from abroad that do not have the appropriate automatic headlight range control were delivered and are therefore not eligible for approval in Germany without adjustment. Corresponding servomotors must of course be able to be mounted on the headlamp.
  • Somewhere on the back of the headlamp there should be a knob that can be used to manually adjust the headlamp beam by turning it. If you remove this knob, an LWR servomotor should be used in the same place instead so that the control can then be carried out electrically. After removing the manual adjustment, the “installation hole” should look like the last picture with the 3 recesses arranged in a circle.
You should therefore contact me before buying and send a few good photos from the back of the headlight and the removed manual adjuster on the headlight by email!
  • It should also be noted that the function of the ultrasonic sensor is only guaranteed in the range from 22 cm to 100 cm, so the vehicle should be within this range with its ground clearance.
The installation and subsequent calibration of the electronics is very simple and can also be done by an inexperienced layperson, provided you have a current tester and can handle it. Functionality: The automatic headlight range control automatically regulates the angle of inclination in all loading conditions. to create a constant light range and not to dazzle oncoming traffic. The ultrasonic sensor used is attached at the level of the rear axle and provides the electronics I have developed with corresponding pulses over the distance to the road, so that the electronics then regulate the servomotors and thus the headlight range accordingly. After successful calibration of the LWR, the saved setting values are retained even when the battery is disconnected.
Calibration: The calibration is kept extremely simple. The headlights are adjusted using the “Up” / “Down” buttons and then the correct setting is saved by pressing “Save”. Important NOTE: The retrofitting of the vehicle is subject to registration (TÜV / DEKRA or similar) Scope of delivery:
  • 1 electronic control (interface)
  • 1 ultrasonic sensor
  • 2 Hella servomotors
  • Illustrated detailed installation instructions
  • Ready-made cable set with assembled
  • confusion-proof plugs From that:
    • 5m supply line to the ultrasonic sensor
    • 2.5 m supply cable for driver side driver
    • 2.1 m power cable from driver’s side to passenger’s side
    • 0.2 m power connection (ground and 12 volts)
This aLWR installation kit contains everything you need for the conversion. The installation time is about 2 to 3 hours.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text css=".vc_custom_1597658324862{margin-bottom: 0px !important;}"]Vehicles converted so far:[/vc_column_text][vc_row_inner][vc_column_inner width="1/2"][vc_column_text css=".vc_custom_1601301119790{margin-bottom: 0px !important;}"]BMW - E32 Chrysler - Pacifica Dodge - Durango Dodge - Challenger Ford - Ranger Limited Hymer - Camper Mazda - CX9 Mercedes Benz - G-Modell[/vc_column_text][/vc_column_inner][vc_column_inner width="1/2"][vc_column_text css=".vc_custom_1601301139315{margin-bottom: 0px !important;}"]Mercedes Benz - SL R129 Mercedes Benz - SL R230 Porsche - 996 - 997 Toyota - Sienna VW T4 - ProjectZwo VW T5 - ProjectZwo VW T6 - ProjectZwo Yamaha - XT1200Z[/vc_column_text][/vc_column_inner][/vc_row_inner][/vc_column][/vc_row]

Additional information

Weight 0.3 kg