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Old 06-05-2011, 05:33 AM   #1
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Interior lighting project nearly complete look look!!

Took some time I still got a few things left to do but I did it!!
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Old 06-05-2011, 07:44 AM   #2
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Re: Interior lighting project nearly complete look look!!

That is pretty crazy looking, in a good way...... details please....
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I'm seein' red.. and i like it. Lookin' purdy, sir.
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that looks cool.
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Looks awesome. And the hard work paid off!
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Old 06-05-2011, 10:08 PM   #6
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Well hey if anyone needs help doing this stuff let me know the only lights I haven't changed, the odometer don't have the stuff to try it yet, the headlight control switch.. No LED it's an actual bulb.. Same for the shifter but it works for now it was a fun project forsure
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looks great!!!!!!!!!!
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Re: Interior lighting project nearly complete look look!!

did you buy a kit that had all the LED's you would need?
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Looks great man
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Where did u find the bulbs?
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did you buy a kit that had all the LED's you would need?
Negative, I looked for one but couldn't find one, I'll post the bulbs I used for my air control switch, my door lock switches, also my cruise control buttons, turn signal and highbeem indicators. http://www.oznium.com/plcc-2
PLCC-2 means one positive and one negative. For the gauges you will need PLCC-4 bulbs at least for the 05-09.
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Re: Interior lighting project nearly complete look look!!

aight cool thanks dude. That definitely brightens up the interior.
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Yeah it does it is almost distracting it's some eye candy!
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Was it hard? Directions please? Total cost?
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Directions is you take the pieces apart, using a pfd file you can find online, then you use desoldering copper wire, flux and solder gun, dip the copper wire into the flux hold the copper to the old bulbs solder and touch the wire it will eventually suck all the solder off and you can solider the new ones on, repeat till all the bulbs are done, total cost maybe 40 bucks.
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Old 06-07-2011, 01:06 AM   #16
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Really easy once you do a couple of them.. Once you have everything taken apart you'll see how everything is done
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Re: Interior lighting project nearly complete look look!!

looks great! i have aftermarket gauges and my radio deck are both lit up red but having almost everything red like that sure is eye catching! love it!
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looks great! i have aftermarket gauges and my radio deck are both lit up red but having almost everything red like that sure is eye catching! love it!
How did you do the red...you have an 04 don't you?
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I thought he had an '11 cuz of the username. :laugh:
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I thought he had an '11 cuz of the username. :laugh:
Was asking 04TRV6 lol
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Was asking 04TRV6 lol
I'll put my arm to my chest & try to lick my ear now.
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Re: Interior lighting project nearly complete look look!!

how to perhaps ?
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There already is a how to, that's what I used to figure it out.. Check mustang by model and year, interior and audio I got mine in the 2006 section
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I'll put my arm to my chest & try to lick my ear now.
Haha what flavors were the windows this morning? Lol jk
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Re: Interior lighting project nearly complete look look!!

WHAT?
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Hahahahahahahah!
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Haha what flavors were the windows this morning? Lol jk
They complimented the led paint chips very well.
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They complimented the led paint chips very well.
Haha
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I expect to see others new LED jobs here soon! Don't disappoint me!
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I expect to see others new LED jobs here soon! Don't disappoint me!
Oh and stickers too, right!?!?
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Yeah don't forget the stickers.
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Very cool, nice job
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