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Vlad
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Vlad Jan 15, 7:58pm - #375269 
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Rjautoworks AC console blue

i was wondering if any1 of you guys bought the rjautoworks blue little caps that you put on the lights to make them blue you get 3 of them there 2 for ac and 1 for cigarette lighter wel i just recieve them and when you put them on there a little lose i was wondering how to make them stay good
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GreyStreet
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GreyStreet Jan 15, 9:25pm - #375270 

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duct tape

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hkysk8r86
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hkysk8r86 Jan 15, 9:47pm - #375271 

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eew, I'd use electrical tape over duct tape... lol
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GreyStreet
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GreyStreet Jan 15, 10:05pm - #375272 

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i know...i was j/k spineyes

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VSGTS14
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VSGTS14 Jan 15, 10:16pm - #375273 

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put a dab of glue if you know you're not gonna be changing them

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Babyboi419
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Babyboi419 Jan 16, 3:25am - #375274 

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hey post some pics of it!
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hombredelassrtas
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hombredelassrtas Jan 16, 4:07am - #375275 

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they are ok, kinda make things dimm. really the best way to get good results is to 1: get a led bulb for the cig lighter. Got mine off ebay for liek $2 (just like the bulb but has an led in it) and 2: get a neon oe cold cathode behidn the ac gauges. you will be very pelased doing these 2 things.

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VSGTS14
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VSGTS14 Jan 16, 4:33am - #375276 

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i finally did the neon thing and it's the best way so far without going through strenuous ways

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Vlad
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Vlad Jan 16, 4:52am - #375277 
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wel i woudl post pics but i had some technical difficulties as i was putting it back together i broke the chip with lights on it and now they dont work at all so il have to ask my because to solder them back or make a new chip so il post pics when i finish it
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hombredelassrtas
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hombredelassrtas Jan 16, 7:16pm - #375278 

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lol yea that kinda happened to me too. I had to take out the bubls to make the cold cathode fit. I fedd broke both bulbs in the process. Anyone know how to get them out the real way. I turned the blue part but didnt come out. Oh well, putting a tube back ther is deff the best way

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