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I would love a sticky on the lighted cup holders!!(Irish's Latest LED Mod)
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I would love a sticky on the lighted cup holders!!(Irish's Latest LED Mod)
once snow melts I will make a how to
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Old 12-28-2010, 02:20 AM   #4
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once snow melts I will make a how to
Cant wait!! Thanks alot
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Cant wait!! Thanks alot
I don't want to step on Shayne's toes, but it should be pretty easy. Mount the LEDs inside the cupholder (whatever angle/position you think is best), and drill a small hole in the bottom/side of the cupholder (depending on where you mounted them) to run the wire inside of the console. Pull your shifter plate, and pull the wire up to the shifter. Tap into the wires sending power to your shifter light, and put everything back together.
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I don't want to step on Shayne's toes, but it should be pretty easy. Mount the LEDs inside the cupholder (whatever angle/position you think is best), and drill a small hole in the bottom/side of the cupholder (depending on where you mounted them) to run the wire inside of the console. Pull your shifter plate, and pull the wire up to the shifter. Tap into the wires sending power to your shifter light, and put everything back together.
shayne dosent have toes, LOL but Put simply, yes this is exactly what you do. However you will need to ground the leds as well as locate the power wire on the harness going to the shifter plate light (the wires going to the light are weird brown/white and another one and i cant remember which wire it is, you will need a power probe)

Be careful, we actually blew the park light fuse (15amp, located in the passenger side engine fuse holder). I will make sure shayne puts up pictures
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When you probe the wires, probe from the back of the plug, not the front.
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i would like to run a switch on this mod...
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Cant wait til that snow goes away
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When you probe the wires, probe from the back of the plug, not the front.
Imma need sum pics. Cmon sticky!!
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hi all i need some help few days ago i installed the led taillights from ezconcrpts now when i turn on my headlights my interior dash lights shut of when i turn the headlights off the dash lights go back on what could be causing this??? please help any ideas????
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Might sound stupid,but did you turn the dial on the left of the steering wheel for the gauge dimmer

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hi all i need some help few days ago i installed the led taillights from ezconcrpts now when i turn on my headlights my interior dash lights shut of when i turn the headlights off the dash lights go back on what could be causing this??? please help any ideas????
......no idea. when i installed mine on, like over a year ago, everything was perfect the first time around. you dont need any resistors or anything with the EZ concept LED tail lights. it comes all ready for install
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Thinking about painting certain pieces inside black (I have blue outside/tan inside). Thinking the 3 silverish pieces on the stearing wheel, everything around the center console, vents, door piece where the window switches are, maybe the piece around the door opener, etc.....

Question is what paint is best and prep work (if any) is needed to avoid easy scratches, I have little boys to worry about them climbing around in the car and I don't want to take all the time to have it look like a cheep job that scratches easily.

Also I know people have done this and any opinions, pics, thoughts are certain welcomed and appreciated. I'm having a hard time picturing this in my head to visualize final result to confirm if I want to do it or not. I have blacked out everything on the outside so I'm thinking it would flow nicely ?????

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Thinking about painting certain pieces inside black (I have blue outside/tan inside). Thinking the 3 silverish pieces on the stearing wheel, everything around the center console, vents, door piece where the window switches are, maybe the piece around the door opener, etc.....

Question is what paint is best and prep work (if any) is needed to avoid easy scratches, I have little boys to worry about them climbing around in the car and I don't want to take all the time to have it look like a cheep job that scratches easily.

Also I know people have done this and any opinions, pics, thoughts are certain welcomed and appreciated. I'm having a hard time picturing this in my head to visualize final result to confirm if I want to do it or not. I have blacked out everything on the outside so I'm thinking it would flow nicely ?????
I used all duplicolor. First clean it with their prep spray, then shoot it with adhesion promoter, followed by your color, followed by some clear. Just follow the directions on the can for whatever you use. My door trim pieces are knicked up, but I didn't clear them. I'm going to re shoot them as soon as I get time. As far as what's the most durable....that would be to take them to a body shop and have them painted....
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I just painted the trim around the door handle, the trim around the switches and the door trim. The door trim was messed up before, that's why it looks like that:

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I used adheison promoter, paintscratch color matching paint and duplicolor clear. I have a 4-year old too, and so far so good.

I also painted the shift place and the trim around the parking brake a while back. Those need to be re-touched, but that's cuz I didn't use the adhesion promoter.

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I just painted the trim around the door handle, the trim around the switches and the door trim. The door trim was messed up before, that's why it looks like that:

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I used adheison promoter, paintscratch color matching paint and duplicolor clear. I have a 4-year old too, and so far so good.

I also painted the shift place and the trim around the parking brake a while back. Those need to be re-touched, but that's cuz I didn't use the adhesion promoter.

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Looks good I just got a lot more confidence in how it would look! Thanks for the pics.
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I used all duplicolor. First clean it with their prep spray, then shoot it with adhesion promoter, followed by your color, followed by some clear. Just follow the directions on the can for whatever you use. My door trim pieces are knicked up, but I didn't clear them. I'm going to re shoot them as soon as I get time. As far as what's the most durable....that would be to take them to a body shop and have them painted....
Once again thanks for your input, I will go check this out maybe today and get some. Its the little things that are bidding my time till I can actually afford to do the real mods.... hahaha.
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I am wondering/looking for a cheep way to wire up a AUX input for the stock stereo (bose system no nav or sat tuner installed). Looked up some parts and found kind of a plug and play type wireing harness for like $150 through Crutchfield. This would be a nice setup if I had an iPod to control and keep charged..... All I want to be able to do is plug in my Android phone and stream Slacker Radio, play my mp3's on the memory card or whatever.... maybe even a laptop on a long road trip.

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Is there a way to personalize the screen(example: iMaxSE on the screen of my stereo) on a non Bose stereo.....I saw it before but I cant remember where.........Thanks
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