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Old 06-20-2006, 03:01 AM   #1
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Need to have a set wired up for my explorer. How much do you think it would cost to have someone else do the wiring? No mounting and I have all supplies that are needed.

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Oh, and here'* a pic of the lights for ya. Damn license plate was mounted off center

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well, most truck places will call it an hours worth of work. probably like a $50 bill (its a 20-25 minute job tops). its an easy job man
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well, most truck places will call it an hours worth of work. probably like a $50 bill (its a 20-25 minute job tops). its an easy job man
I know, if it'* one thing I CAN'T do, it'* wiring, and if I do it ain't pretty. I was able to do the bonnie'* Angle Eyes from the luck of having the ability to use the stock wiring
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all it takes is basically a switch, power, and ground!!!
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well, most truck places will call it an hours worth of work. probably like a $50 bill (its a 20-25 minute job tops). its an easy job man
I know, if it'* one thing I CAN'T do, it'* wiring, and if I do it ain't pretty. I was able to do the bonnie'* Angle Eyes from the luck of having the ability to use the stock wiring
Do you have the wiring for it?
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How about if we walked you through it step by step?
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if you were near me I would do it.

didn't your lights come with a harness? If not, it may be cheaper to buy a set of fog lights for 30 bucks and just use that wire harness.
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