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Old 22 Jun 2009, 11:54 am
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So i would enjoy a nice bright neon blue lighting for my grille and undercar kit, but i would like it allllllll wired together through a switch through me center console. I have a PT Cruiser 2002 LE, After i get off work i will take shots where i want to install the switch
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Old 22 Jun 2009, 11:58 am
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Don't run blues in motion boss. Cops will ticket you faster you can reach the switch for running blues in motion.

Just fyi, that's anywhere.

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Old 22 Jun 2009, 12:08 pm
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Oh this i know, cops are also very strict over in SW Florida as well, lotsa street racing. But when i go to Car Club id like to flip the beast on ya know? Just tryign to make it look nice and sexy, just how a cruiser should look ;]
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Old 04 Jul 2009, 07:20 am
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Default Re: Lighting up my baby

I do not see any pics!

Can you post pics of the install of the under body tubes, and just where did you mount the tubes and how?
I have a set that I am looking to install and get working soon, so a little inside or outside info would be great.
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Old 04 Jul 2009, 08:06 am
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I put the switch for my undercar LED's in the center console. The two red buttons on the bottom row. One is the Aooga Horn button and the one on the right is a lighted toggle switch for the LED's. It lights up when the undercar lights are ON. The computer that controls the lights is that silver thing under the lights in the cubby hole.


Before my LED's I had PURPLE neon tubes. Here's a picture how I installed them along the side. Actually, the LED strips are attached the same way using screws thru the double flange. The front and rear just went into anything I could put screws into. The mounting points should be adjustable so you can find places to screw them in. The picture was for someone who wanted to know how I put the Lake Pipes on.

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