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Old 08-24-2013, 11:29 AM   #1
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So I want the sequential tail light splice in kit from AM. But I have NO wiring experience whatsoever. Is it going to be too hard for me to do?
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No, it's straight forward. Takes me fifteen minutes.
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No, it's straight forward. Takes me fifteen minutes.
Could you point me towards a guide or something? I looked at the installation guides on AM and it looks hard and not described too good. I have no mechanical capabilities either lol
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His instructions are clear, you can call his cell with any questions. I've been running and installing his kits since 2005. Superior product, service and price.
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His instructions are clear, you can call his cell with any questions. I've been running and installing his kits since 2005. Superior product, service and price.
That is a great price. But it looks even harder than the AM ones lol. I'm also weary of cutting my wires /:
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That is a great price. But it looks even harder than the AM ones lol. I'm also weary of cutting my wires /:
You will have to cut two wires either way and add a third.
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yep i love the kit lowflyn posted...i run them on all of mine ive had
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pretty sure that's the same guy I got my cousins sequentials from
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Well I have looked again and it doesn't seem too hard from the AM instructions. Are those better quality or easier to install?
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i'd assume same quality...but cheaper
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i'd assume same quality...but cheaper
Well dang ill definitely get em from there then. Are there any other "off brands" that are a good bit cheaper than AM? Not on anything specific, just in general, anything you can think of?
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lmr for chins and grill deletes...but i think the AM discount may even it out
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lmr for chins and grill deletes...but i think the AM discount may even it out
Okay cool. Thanks!
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Well dang ill definitely get em from there then. Are there any other "off brands" that are a good bit cheaper than AM? Not on anything specific, just in general, anything you can think of?
EBay I got my kit for 50. Had them for bout 2 months so far with no problems
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If your concerned about wiring it up, they sell tail light assemblies that already have the sequential kits built into em. But really , the wiring isn't hard at all man, I also have that in my car and its pretty simple to do , had em for 2 yrs now and still working great
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EBay I got my kit for 50. Had them for bout 2 months so far with no problems
I hear good things about the M&M ones so I'll go with it. But glad yours are holding up!
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If your concerned about wiring it up, they sell tail light assemblies that already have the sequential kits built into em. But really , the wiring isn't hard at all man, I also have that in my car and its pretty simple to do , had em for 2 yrs now and still working great
The plug and play kit costs too much when I can just try myself lol. I think I can get it done
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