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Old 10-30-2014, 12:36 AM   #1
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Is there a way to turn off...

Just the ambient lights in the footwell but keep the cupholder light on? I don't care for seeing my feet lit up, but I like lights in the cupholder. I figure there's no way without cutting some wires, but was hopeful there was a fuse or something.
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Oh wow, don't do that man


Absolute WORST case find the light underneath and just cover it with a little bit of tape or something. Plenty of options there that don't include cutting wires
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Take the bulb out?


Killing time isnt murder, it's suicide
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Take the bulb out?


Killing time isnt murder, it's suicide
It's not that easy. I know on the doors they are built into circuit boards, however I know on the doors they can be unplugged. You have to remove the door panels though.
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can you just cover them with electrical tape?

simple and cheap (just like me)
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Haha, I wasn't going to cut them. If that were the case I would just leave them off.


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