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Old 03-24-2015, 03:19 PM   #106
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If you tap it to the fuse box your not going to be able to put your fuse cover back.


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Not necessarily. It all depends on the way you go about tapping into it
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I tried every way and it didn't let me put the cover. The fuse adapter is too big and it doesn't fit to cover the fuse box


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So, this might seem like a stupid question, but to anyone that went the LEDGlow route...can anyone give me a clue as to where a good place would be to ground the negative wire? I figured the add a circuit was the easiest way to go, and installation was going very smoothly until I tried finding a place for the ground wire. Bolts that seem suitable I either can't budge or cAnt get to, and everything else looks like it's going up against plastic (instead of bare metal)


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i went that route and it works like a charm plus i got the switch so if feel i want it on or off i can choose. the ground i found without having to scratch paint or anything was here by the trunk release i found a bolt that i just removed and put on with the new circuit. and yes it is possible to put the fuse box cover over the wire and still close unless ur using a huge wire lol
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Thank you! Worked like a charm
Two questions (if you don't mind me asking): Which fuse did you end up using? I'm running into the same problem of not being able to completely close the fuse box. It closed, but won't completely "snap" back. Also, did you have a lot of the micro cable left over after install? I tied it all together and hid it well enough, but there is so much excess, I'm wondering if I set it up correctly (I followed the included directions). Thanks!
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Do you like you like your rear window louver is it plastic or aluminum?

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i went that route and it works like a charm plus i got the switch so if feel i want it on or off i can choose. the ground i found without having to scratch paint or anything was here by the trunk release i found a bolt that i just removed and put on with the new circuit. and yes it is possible to put the fuse box cover over the wire and still close unless ur using a huge wire lol

How did you attach the wire to your dash? I really like the way that looks and I am thinking of doing the same thing.


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i will post a vid when and if the sun comes out today so i can show u guys and answer all ur questions so it seems like a breeze cause trust me if i wasnt good at wiring naturally i would freak where to start plus thats alot of money u dont want to mess up lol
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if u were talking about mine there plastic and i heard its better cause they dont dent but idk they seem to look bad azz only cons are limited view and some minor rattle when going over 80 but im going to silicone the bottom of the piece bumping on my glass.
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first video and then i hit the stop button so there's a part 2
first video seemed kinda laggy but hope it helps.


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Thanks man! I'm going to try the fuse you used and the route you ran your wire through. Very helpful
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Nice videos man thanks for that.


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if u were talking about mine there plastic and i heard its better cause they dont dent but idk they seem to look bad azz only cons are limited view and some minor rattle when going over 80 but im going to silicone the bottom of the piece bumping on my glass.
True it won't dent but MMD will start sagging over long period of time

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Thank you! Worked like a charm
Two questions (if you don't mind me asking): Which fuse did you end up using? I'm running into the same problem of not being able to completely close the fuse box. It closed, but won't completely "snap" back. Also, did you have a lot of the micro cable left over after install? I tied it all together and hid it well enough, but there is so much excess, I'm wondering if I set it up correctly (I followed the included directions). Thanks!
hey u guys post some pics when its done curious to see how they come out good luck.
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Here are some pics after my install. Sorry for the overall quality of the images, who knew taking photos in the back seat with very little light could be so hard?

I figured the best way to give you an idea of the light levels would be sans-dome (that LED from AM is bright!). I believe there are 4 levels of brightness. The lowest level is perfect for cruising, but the brighter lighting is pretty cool too. Overall I'm very pleased with the way they look. Thanks to everyone here for their help!
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