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Immo
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Immo Mar 29, 11:39am - #138316 

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question -> People with TYC Elegante's

Hi people.

I put on my black TYC's last week.
What I was wondering is this. Did you put
A: the rear-light in the upper and the turn-signal in the middle?
B: the turn signal on upper and the rear-light in the middle?

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RoMkApOmKa
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RoMkApOmKa Mar 29, 12:38pm - #138317 

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It's what I did:
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Immo
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Immo Mar 29, 1:12pm - #138318 

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Yeah, I did the same.
I am not sure if that's what 'is meant to' be done.

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ice33
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ice33 Mar 29, 4:52pm - #138319 

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The brake light is 'designed' to be for the top spot since the light shines through the sides like all other car's brake lights. But they don't have to be placed there.
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Evan
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Evan Mar 29, 6:00pm - #138320 

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Originally Posted by Immo
Yeah, I did the same.
I am not sure if that's what 'is meant to' be done.



I did that as well, for a very simple reason: the wires wouldn't reach the other way laughsilly

Some people have said that their wires did reach so that you could have the brake on top, but personally I think it looks better with the turn signal on top and the brake in the middle.

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