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Old July 19th, 2004, 01:34 AM   #1
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my interior lights setup



four neon bars. passenger/driver's side footwell. two for the back seat. each at the bottom floor.
i reccomend using the neon light from fry's. the one people use for their computer case. they are call cold cathrode neon. they are much thinner and have more light output. more fragile but if you have a good mounting place it's good

i wired it to the parking brake handle. so when i'm in the car and not driving. cause blue is distracting and harder on the eyes.



i mount RED LEd's where ever i could.
wired it to the headlight
one in each vent in driver/passenger's side
two in each passenger/driver's side footwell
one in each front cupholder
one in the center storage bin
one to switch out from the homelink led
another one next to the plastic grill part
two for each side of the backseat floor

if you notice the ipod in the center tray bin. i order the dension's icelink for the ipod. it let me control the ipod as an AUX and use the steering wheel control. while charging the ipod. i use the icelink in conjunction with my soundgate adapter. work like it should.

sorry forgot to rotate this one.

if you have an ipod, you should seriously consider getting this. you can enjoy it so much more. plus the mounting place is great to hide it when you're parked


plus one blue LED scanner above the rear view mirror where the tint is at
wired it to the ignition so it's on when the car is off.


also i did this a while back but never posted it

wired up couple relays to keep the rear turnsignal to stay on and blink when signal.



for more detail pix of the setup
http://www.threesquarestudio.net//ho...rior/index.htm
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Old July 19th, 2004, 02:25 AM   #2
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nice... i think i will try out a few myselfs..

ps.. did u ever resolved the hyper blinking situation at night?

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nice... i think i will try out a few myselfs..

ps.. did u ever resolved the hyper blinking situation at night?

thanks
but no i still have it. doesn't really bother me though
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Old July 19th, 2004, 07:37 AM   #4
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how did you set up the center storage bin?

any specific led bulb?
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Old July 19th, 2004, 08:50 AM   #5
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how did you set up the center storage bin?

any specific led bulb?
i drill a hole at the top of the bin. and mount a super bright LED, those clear one but light up bright red.
i order a pack of 100 of ebay for $5 or $8 bucks i forgot.

wire it up to the cig lighter. so the light come on when i start the car.
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