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Im not sure who it was that used these lil led's to modify their headlights, but i decided i would try it on my 1990, and I think it turned out ok. What do you think?

 

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Thanks, but thank you to the guy who i stole the idea off of, he did it on his genIII thank you to him
 

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I don't drive around with them on! Im young and stupiud, but not wanting any tickets! IF I turn the lights on the once in the headlights dissapear
 

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I think it's tight yo. I'm gonna do that with green to my 99 Sable. And yeah Wes did that.
 

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I think there may be a better way to do it than i did, but I used one varad Blue Led that i picked up a future shop (best buy in the US) for each light. I originally just did the headlights, and the drill bit i used was perfect size for the job, the LEDs just squeezed right in. However when I drilled the headlights i think i broke a lil piece of reflector off the top, but the lights work just as good as before. When I did the parking lights, I used a slightly bigger drill bit, which meant i had to krazy glue them in. I have them wired to a switch in my glove box.

Thanks for the compliments guys
 

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