|10-03-2012 09:31 AM|
|champjfocus||How do you connect them back together once cut into separate strips?|
|09-16-2011 09:51 AM|
|iniquitous||I'm definitely gonna do something like this w/ my '08 SE...but I have this thing where I like things to be the same on both sides. So I'll definitely do four with two on each side, lol.|
|09-15-2011 11:03 PM|
|09-15-2011 11:00 PM|
I took a chance with a LED bulb from VLED's. Before I bought them I planned on using both bulbs that came in the pair by using a rectangle trunk light on the passenger side, but there was no need to.
Here's my before and after...
If you look directly at the bulb (without it filtered through the housing) it will blind you!
|09-15-2011 10:34 PM|
|VonKrause||nope just plastic screws that hold on that plastic panel. Would be interesting to have a bunch of speakers back there though|
|09-15-2011 09:54 PM|
Are these speakers i see all along the back? They look like little midrange speakers or somthing?
|09-15-2011 09:36 PM|
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|09-15-2011 08:48 PM|
Looks good, I did something similar with my trunk, results below. There are 4 LED clusters with 3 LED's
|09-15-2011 04:22 PM|
|blackbumpinfocus93||why is this in the 2nd gen thread? looks good btw.|
|09-15-2011 02:26 PM|
For what? When you get the lights from walmart they come in a longer 12" strip i wanted the lights spread out around the trunk area a little more so i cut them into 3 LED sections. If you do this you have to solder them back together.
You may find a plug on e-bay that you can push into the rear trunk socket and then poke the wires into from there.
I created my own plug because i didnt want to cut and splice the stock setup incase i wanted to put it all back how it was stock. Back seats back in, back panel and stock bulb. It was cleaner and easier IMO.
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