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Got the Diode Dynamics Interior LED kit for Christmas and the Reverse lights. I'll start with the reverse lights...

Wow, they are so much brighter and better looking than the stock bulbs. The picture I have I couldn't avoid a glare from them. I have two one in the middle of the day and one at night. Very happy with them.

The interior LED's look awesome. I got the Blue set. Was very easy to install, I managed to blow a fuse but figured it our pretty quick. After that I just unplugged the battery and installed then tested them all. Very easy install, the blue matches the blue lights from the radio ect perfectly. This was the Stage 1 kit, I think its perfect, stage 2 in blue will be too bright for me. (I am ordering the license plate lights in white now along with some turn signal LEDs, illegal in Florida to be blue, my only issue would be keep the license plate light white with all colors)

I've had D HID kit for I think 4 years now. I had a bulb go out after a few months and had a replacement at my door in a few days no questions asked.





 

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I like it, I am a fan of blue anyway lol.... Install below, really easy
Removed the shifter boot. Once I did that I was able to gauge how it would sit and length of cable. Drilled hole in console (Did not remove console) and ran the wires from the actual board through the hole. Connected the wires to power supply. Then I used the quick connectors that Diode sends and connected to cigarette lighter for the power. That's all. Really like a 20 minute job...
 

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Really cool. I'm going to get the interior kit and tail as turn+backup module (that what it's called on the site). It looks awesome.
 

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I was looking at these too..... But I'm alittle worried about messing with or adding stress to the OEM led brake lights..... I am reading they are expensive to replace (whole assembly).... And there is no way to replace any individual bulds in the actual brake lights???? Without having to solder ha-ha..... Can change the turn, back up, markers but not the actual brake lights???? Maybe I will just have to put my man pants on and go for it anyway ;) I really like the look of those + the front switch backs, gonna have to do that for sho :)
 

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I was looking at these too..... But I'm alittle worried about messing with or adding stress to the OEM led brake lights..... I am reading they are expensive to replace (whole assembly).... And there is no way to replace any individual bulds in the actual brake lights???? Without having to solder ha-ha..... Can change the turn, back up, markers but not the actual brake lights???? Maybe I will just have to put my man pants on and go for it anyway ;) I really like the look of those + the front switch backs, gonna have to do that for sho :)
the thing about taillights is they decide to let the car start right? manual sez light bulb burned out , car doesn't know if you are pressing brake pedal.
 

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the thing about taillights is they decide to let the car start right? manual sez light bulb burned out , car doesn't know if you are pressing brake pedal.
Incorrect. The car uses the brake pedal switch located at the brake pedal to determine if the brakes are being actuated. The light bulbs are replaceable.
 
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