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    Footwell lighting install with LEDGlow.

    So yesterday I decided to install some LED lighting to my footwell area. Had to do some wiring and taking apart of the center console. Overall it was pretty easy and it only took me about an hour and a half. I had never done it before but I deal with electronics on helicopters so it made it pretty simple for me. I wired it into the headlight fuse so when you turn those on, the footwell lights come on. If you have any questions feel free to ask. I think it car out pretty nice.

    Edit: It looks brighter in the picture than it actually is. It's not that distracting.



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    What did it cost you. I really want the Footwell lighting but don't want to pay the 140 for the OEM kit.

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    beautiful lighting!

    it keeps your feet warm too right?
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    Footwell lighting install with LEDGlow.

    Quote Originally Posted by eaglegreen View Post
    What did it cost you. I really want the Footwell lighting but don't want to pay the 140 for the OEM kit.
    It costs ~$40. Here's the link to the exact product I bought. http://www.ledunderbody.com/7-Color-...hting-Kit.aspx They have larger kits as well. They also sell an "add-a-fuse" but i wired it straight into the fuse box without it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Germz to Japz View Post
    beautiful lighting!

    it keeps your feet warm too right?
    Haha I thought it felt a little warmer but I'm still not sure if it's just my mind playing tricks on me or not.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JustGresh View Post
    Haha I thought it felt a little warmer but I'm still not sure if it's just my mind playing tricks on me or not.


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    haha either way it's a win-win so solid choice on the lighting amigo!
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