Door Mirror Indicators (DIY KIT)I've documented down some of the steps to install the door mirror indicators from Morette. (Which I bought from X-TUNE in Malaysia)Hope it would be useful to anyone who attempts the same job!Box which I received containing the DIY Kit. Whoopee!Stripped the door panel to the front doorThe view of "other side" of the door panelRemoved the plastic panel covering the door mirror on the insideThis is how the plastic panel covering the door mirror looks like on the other sideThis is how the door mirror looks like in my hand after removing it!The hole left in the door after removing the mirrorThe "hole" as seen from outside the carBefore removing the mirror, remember to adjust it fully to one side to expose the small plastic tab/clip holding on to the mirror. You can use a screwdriver to twist this tab to release the mirror.Whalla! The mirror is off but still connected with a wire, meaning I got heated anti-fog electric mirrors, what a surprise!Unplugging the mirror by pulling out the plugRemove the foam/sponge padding on the mounting side of the door mirror to see how the wires runDrill a hole on the door mirror to allow the wires from the LED indicators to go through ... ouch!! After that, stick on the LED indicators.Run the wires behind the mirror motor to the mounting side of the door mirror. You can see the door mirror cover (included in the kit) behind.Install the mirror back onto the doorDid not manage to take any photos of how the wiring is connected. Basically it is a clamp which clamps on to the existing side indicator lamp wiring and taps power from there. There is no way to run the wiring INSIDE the car so I follow the instructons which means running the wiring just above the door hinge. Make sure the wiring is weatherproofed and tied up properly so it does not snag up the hinge or gets itself cut in the process.The kit comes with some special adhesive for the door mirror coverApply the adhesive onto the cover and stick it on. There is a window allowing the LED to be seen through. BTW, I forgot to mention that the cover needs to be spraypainted first. I got it spraypainted (both sides) to the same colour of the car at a local paint shop. Wasn't THAT cheap (S$50 for the pair) but workmanship was pretty good.The special adhesive that came with the package was quite dried up. Had to squeeze VERY HARD just to get a bit out. Used a screwdriver to dig out some to apply onto the back of the cover.Only managed to stick one side of the door mirror with the adhesive. The gunk was so hard that I broke my glue gun in the process!! Lucky the glue gun was a cheap one from the local DIY store!Stomped on the stupid container with the adhesive and attempted to dig out some useful bits for the other door using a screwdriver but no use. Most of it already hardened. End up buying another tube of outdoor waterproof glue/sealant for the other door which worked perfectly.Completed driver side (Right)Completed passenger side (Left)Yay! Completed project!!