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Old 01-06-2008, 03:16 AM
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so i figured since nobody likes getting their thread jacked. so i figured i would make a thread that you can post anything, and talk to anyone without having to worry. but anyways, so today i decided it was time i added some more blue LED lights to my car. this time they are in the door panels. and for anyone thinking of doing this get ready for a pain in the ass to get the power wire into the rubber wiring insulator. but they did turn out quite nicely. i'll take some pics later and put them up.
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Old 01-06-2008, 06:02 AM
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steve u and your damn being good with wires!
i want led's but im to afraid to attempt! ahaha
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Old 01-06-2008, 09:02 AM
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outta.......did you run the wires through the stock wiring harness to the door or seperately?
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Old 01-06-2008, 09:26 AM
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I beat you to it over a year ago

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where are you putting them in the doors steve?
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i ran them seperate to a switch. i'll head out now and take some pics now that its dark enough. and hack that looks good. and trebs if you buy the led's and switches i'll help ya out. its really quite easy.

here's the pics.

this is with my the regular lights on.


and this is what the door one looks like in the dark.

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Old 01-06-2008, 08:57 PM
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Those look good man!!

Also I start school tomorrow!!
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Old 01-06-2008, 08:59 PM
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Originally Posted by cobalt_addict View Post
Those look good man!!

Also I start school tomorrow!!
i give you props for the first totally way off the topic sentence

looks good steve!
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hahahaha what are you taking in school addict. and thx i have to realign the driver side one. and add in a couple more but i ran out of LED's lol.
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where do u buy all your leds and stuff?
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Old 01-06-2008, 10:00 PM
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well im gonna be trying out oznium.com for my next bunch that i buy but you can get them from almost anywhere. princessauto on occasion, mr. detail has them, canadian tire all are good.
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haha so this isnt really on topic about the sex lights but if i have a 2007 Cobalt ls with magnaflow exhaust k&n typhoon intake and 2 sets of 17" summer rims as well as the stock rims and theres 47000 kms on it how much should i ask cause i am gettin a new car in february possibly the new turbo cobalt ss so just let me know what u'd roughly ask
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thats the point of this thread is that there is no point and i dunno what did you pay for it downy?
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i paid like 15 900 on sale brand new
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Old 01-07-2008, 12:48 AM
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ya i don't even know what they are going for right now. so i couldn't tell ya if it were me and i was including all that stuff. i would probably try for either 13 or 14 but thats just me. and i didn't even notice but i went over 1000 posts yay me
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I'm taking "Aircraft maintenance engineers technology" hahaha makes me sound smart
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nice. i think you told me that at one point lol. hey pm your vin i want to see if the dealer actually put a voided warranty or not.
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hahaha I will pm it to you tomorrow.. I don't feel like running out to my car to grab the registration right now! how can you tell?
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cuz i have access to all that since i work at the dealership in the shop. i can tell you alot of things with the vin. i can also tell you any warranty work you had done, where you bought it, all that stuff and ya thats fine. just kinda curious if they did or not.
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I want ice cream!!!!!!!!!!!!
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LP your crazy, like me and my double gulb slurpee's lol
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u can buy the LEDs SUPER cheap..... at Active Components on 32nd across the street from memory express
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I have a slushie pretty much everyday. Who cares if it is -40C out.....it still tastes damn GOOD!!!!!
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lol we need to do an INSTALL day... where we all get together and help eachother install all of our stuff..!

i got lots to do..
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No doubt! I have a nice shiney new 3" pulley to put on the S/C.....but I am going to wait on that until I polish the S/C itself this spring.

And then it is on to the lowering springs, and a tune!!! woo hoo!!!!
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