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Old 09-05-2012, 03:05 PM   #38
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Originally Posted by CrankyWookie View Post
I placed a lightdim dot on the top of the sensor and it's working great. Easy to place and they peel off clean. I used an xacto knife to carefully place the dot, it made it pretty easy to get into such a tight spot. It's also helpful to have someone guide the placement from outside the car. http://lightdims.com/
Thanks for the great idea!

I look forward to trying these on the sensor of my autodimming rearview mirror, which never has been as dark as I'd like.
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