No problem Kurt, I'm glad you found it easy to follow and usfull makes it worth my while creating when people find it easy to follow,
I temp wired it in to see how it looks in the dark (Camera flash is on) it look GREAT!!
very happy with it.
Lenny i'm glad you brought that up, inside of the door was oily... had alot of cream coloured oily thick residue, i don't know what to make of it to be honest... i will hoover it out like ya suggested and thank you for this awesome guide!
I had the creamy substance in the bottom of my doors too mate,
Seems like a Vaseline style jelly ford use to prevent water resting in the door cavity which certainly does its job,
But I run a cotton bud along the line of the bottom to create a channel in the oily substance so now its like a half pipe shape and water will run straight out the drain holes easier.
Also since your in the process of running cables,
Why don't you purchase a 3smd led strip,
Remove the bird bath panel from the rear of the centre console,
Line up the 3 led strip, drill 3 holes in line to allow the light pass through illuminating the bird bath pocket,
And wire it to your interior light feed to come on along with your night driving lights.
See my guide on front&rear foot well lighting for images and info on this thread here:
i fitted a 3 SMD strip to the ''bird bath'' pocket in the rear of the centre console by lining the strip in the centre and drilling three 4.5mm holes for the led's to beam through then stuck the strip to the panel with some electrical PVC tape, then spliced it in to the cup holder lights that i also fitted following prees guide in this thread,
very happy with the results and a nice glow in the rear now as well as the front matches in nicely, and these are all run from the interior dash light feed so the illuminate when the driving lights are switched on and they can be dimmed along with the rest of the interior lights, if you have a dimming wheel on your light control unit. http://www.fordowner...O_DIR#/cool.png