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How did you do that? Can you just move the socket down to the arch without any drilling or wiring?TheBelgian stopped by last night to swap my brake lights over.
On a stock car, the lower "arches" were the taillights and the ugly rectangles on the upper portion were the brake lights. As seen on the Blue C30 here:
Now, the lower arches function as both the taillight and the brake lights. I know the upper brake lights provided a more noticeable location and it was a throwback to the old Volvo wagons. But now there is significantly more brake light illumination and it looks a lot more modern.
It's a little more involved than that, but not very.How did you do that? Can you just move the socket down to the arch without any drilling or wiring?
Thanks Alfred! I generally avoid messing with taillights and brake lights, but my friend has had this setup for 2 years with no problems. I have to give him all credit, it was his idea and he did most of the work. Since he has proven it's a safe and reliable setup, I followed.Nicely done Michael! It's those subtle mods that all add up. Love the rear taillight mod, great choice. Interested in how you managed that, that gave me some ideas.
Too bad it's not an s60 r designAbusing my loaner for the time being.
Dealer disabled DRL?Just to keep things current, new slave cylinder, new master cylinder, and DRLs have been disabled.
Now we come up to a 4 day weekend when I can hopefully finish off my to do list...
Yeah, just give them SW# 30679690. Generally $25 for the software + labor (that's where they'll get you).Dealer disabled DRL?
I had dents in mine. So I switched to plastic elements and vinyl wrapped them.seems like sort of tiny dents. every single one. weird reflections? does the material dent easily? what the heck is it?