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Old 08-02-2010, 12:38 PM   #1
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Hey Guys,

Was just searching through this section of the forum, and havent really seen too many interior mods threads. So figured I would create a thread for us all to show off interior goodies we have added or installed over the hears! Trying to get ideas of how i wanna dress up my (currently stock) 2005 SLE! So start posting those pics!

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Krylon satin black spray paint and removed the *****



I've also replaced about half of the buttons and switches with black ones (which you already have) and put carbon fiber door handle bezels in
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Are you still able to position your vents without the *****?
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Overhead console with sunroof switch:

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Push Button ignition, Panasonic Deck, aftermarket interior speakers, 12" Alpine Type R in a SnailShell, Hifonics Apollo amp, ect
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JonPro,
Seems like quite the project that was to get fitted in there! How did you get wiring harnesses to match up?


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How difficult was that push button ignition? As far as wiring and such. Do you just press it and it activates to start, or do u hold it until the car starts? Any pics of it?
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I decided to go with a black color to contrast the tan in the car, ended up using 'Lincoln Black' for a the dye...the interior dye I use with my business is made for plastic, vinyl, and leather and is a water based dye.

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Raptor,
How difficult was that push button ignition? As far as wiring and such. Do you just press it and it activates to start, or do u hold it until the car starts? Any pics of it?
IIRC you still have to have your key in but you just push the button to start
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Full LED Interior, Double din and 3 DIFFERENT air fresheners for extra performance
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