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SOLD: 03 SSM CLS Auto

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  • About gaping46and2
    Location
    Texas
    Occupation
    Architecture
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    SOLD:2003 SSM 3.2CL Type-S | XS-Power Headers | Rotora Slotted (Front) | '95 Legend Calipers | EBC Greenstuff

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  • Last Activity: 07-28-2018 04:22 PM
  • Join Date: 02-07-2005
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  1. boybeasy
    08-18-2013 03:39 AM - permalink
    hey man seen you old post about the leds all i want to know is which led did you use for the fog light and c.control ? is it the t3 ?
  2. gaping46and2
    01-04-2010 04:52 PM - permalink
    Not sure where you're installing the LEDs, but theoretically, it should work just fine. Solder the positive and negative leads from your pre-wired LEDs to their respective locations. You may run into problems later on if they were pre-wired for 12volt usage instead of 14volt usage due to the car's alternator putting out +/-14volts when the car is running.
  3. 03blueTLtype-s
    01-01-2010 10:38 PM - permalink
    if i have some pre wired leds would i just soder them to the connections
  4. gaping46and2
    08-31-2008 07:03 PM - permalink
    CS is like it always has been. Semester just started, and I can't wait till it's over (my last one). Car's just fine, but I'll be parting out most of the suspension here in the next week or so. When's the next meet, maybe I'll be able to make it?
  5. distortedolskool
    08-30-2008 11:12 PM - permalink
    saw you are checking the same theard. how are things in CS man? someone was looking for you on here awhile back and i heard you were in an accident. hope you are alright, along with the car. you coming in town for the next Austin meet?

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