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  • Birthday 09/07/1994

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  1. Having passed my test earlier this year, i decided to go with a MK7 1.4 titanium as my first car. When i got the car it was pretty much standard except it had a zetec s rear bumper. List of mods so far: Fly eye headlights, rear fogs, and rear indicator section Sport exhaust ordered Puddle lights Sub and amp Alloy wheels upgraded Front grill mesh Drl fitted in front grill Front grill de chromed and spayed black Upgraded Headlight bulbs (not illegal xenons) Upgraded number plate bulbs Private reg Silver callipers Planned Coilovers or lowering springs Zetec s front lip Side skirts Maybe a wrap scuff plates induction kit upgrade stereo and speaker
  2. Mk7 Fiesta Black Lights

    i was thinking of doing fly eyes in the whole of my rear lights but went with just the clear bit wrapped and the rear fogs and front lights.
  3. Firstly you will need to remove the door card as you will be mounting the lights underneath them and wiring behind the door card after you have removed the door card, you will then need to slowly pull on the rubber tubing from which all the wiring is running through. You will then to run the led wire, for this you will need to use the metal hanger and then tape on the wire from the light and push it through. Removing your glovebox would be a great help as there is a flap from were the wire will come through. i wired my lights using scotch clips in to the footwell lights. once you have tested the lights work correctly, you will then need to stick them down on the bottom of the door card. for this i used glue as the sticky tape on the led strips was no good. once secured in the desired place, secure the wire on to the door using gaffer tape as you don't want the wire vibrating due to the speaker. Refit the door card and away you go