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Old 04-04-2004, 12:45 AM   #1
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Prior to yesterday, my car was pure stock. So I've got to post pics of her first mod, right?




The halos are a little subdued because of the flash. I can't decide if I'm the kind of guy that will drive with those on, but I wired them up anyhow. This was my first attempt to pull any kind of wiring through the firewall; what a pain that is!



I scratched up the plastic a little putting that switch in. I'll have to buff that out with my Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. That thing works like... er... magic.

Some of you will probably notice that my front grille is missing the chromed plastic trim piece that surrounds it. The pegs all broke off somehow, and one day it just fell out when I closed the hood. I can't think of a good way to reattach it. :(

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Nice job. Did you notice the new fogs are noticeably better than the factory ones? Also did you use the factory wiring or did you run all new wiring?
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Nice job. Did you notice the new fogs are noticeably better than the factory ones? Also did you use the factory wiring or did you run all new wiring?
These are the driving lamps, not the fogs, so I can't make a direct comparison -- but they *are* brighter and whiter than my stock headlights, so read into that what you will. I used the Navigator stuff for everything; I removed the stock brackets, drilled holes in the mounting plates for the new brackets, ran all new wire, etc. I toyed with the idea of using the stock wiring, but in the end decided against it.

Correction: I didn't use the Navigator stuff for *everything* -- they wanted me to use sheet metal screws to hold the brackets in place. I hate sheet metal screws. So I used a couple of #10 stainless bolts and locknuts instead.

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Nice Install there. The main fog/driving lights are split out from the halo'* it appears, nice work.
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