September 20, 2010, 2:46 pm
[quote name='ford focus edge' date='20 September 2010 - 10:22 AM' timestamp='1284973922' post='97972']
Foot wells are a bloodey doddle just tap into your ones you've got already and extend it into the rear that'l make no diff what so ever where as the reading lights i have no idea ive only ever once had part of the roof lining down and NEVER again
mines been like gorilla glued on to the car so gettig it down with out a crease or tear is hard work as for padding its not that thick you can easily cut through it with a stanley knife. Behind the handles on the rear im not so sure about space in that area does urs have the rear light in the back?
Puddle lights look mint our st220 has them and the folding mirrors so at night it looks ace when your walking upto it and it flashes up puddles lights on and mirrors unfold haha makes me feel like its a mini mercedes
simple things for simple minds but yeah you'l need to tap these again into the interior light loom but depending on where you want to mount them i have no idea further than that but i want to know because my focus is in need of a set lol
checked out the instalation for the vanity lights no prob, cut square out feed wire back to interior/maplight take a permanant feed etc, wont need to remove/ crease head lining.
have got front foot-wells already gonna plant the rear ones in the plastic door pillars at bottom. use the same loom for rear vanity/ reading lights taken from rear interior light.
As for puddle lights... uhmmm well im thinking drilling a hole through the door about 12 inches down from lock inserting a blue or red led as warning to other drivers door is open etc. then on the interior door trim there's enough room to insert the same light fitting that gos into the passenger foot-well or a few leds just at the end of door pocket, im also thinking of trying to light the door pocket as i have no street lights where i park i can never see whet im looking for in the door pocket and i might as well do it when the door trim is removed. ( but thats still in the thinking stage).
any advice on the door leds as i here the can be a nightmare if not done properly.