Can still see all lights in the middle of the day and look exactly the same at night (other than fogs).
Made my fogs essentially useless, which I was prepared for. I didn't want to remove my bumper to get to the fogs so I could take them apart to paint the chrome housing, so I just smoked the entire exterior lense. My headlights are exactly the same since I didn't touch them. Only smoked the clear lense over the driving lights, the amber lense over the turn signals, and the amber corner markers... the exterior cover for the entire light assembly is still clear.
Mine was screwed in, no rivets.
I tapped into the rear speakers which I found under the door sills. I can't remember the colors of the wires, but a quick google search will tell you exactly what color to look for. Don't even bother pulling your head unit out, find the acc/remote wire in your door sill as well. I didn't have any issue with the door chimes.. I also used the LC2i.
I believe Mike was referring to the corner marker lights, not the full turn signals. I was only able to get a pic of both turn signals on because I hit my hazards and timed it just right.
100% recommend vinyl wrapping your front end. Easy to remove/replace if needed. Should be able to wrap your grill, headlights, and bumper. Plastidip or powdercoat are your best bets for the rims.
The center of mine was already black so I just hit the chrome outline with Plastidip. It's held up to several car washes and a snow storm thus far.
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