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    A little off subject .
    I was thinking of changing the drive gear light from orange to LED white or blue.
    When you had the panel of did you notice if you could easily change out the orange lite ?
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    What is the diameter of these led discs, as it is not listen on the accent glow site.

    I'm looking to use these instead (might be my final choice):

    http://accentglowled.com/product/custom-led-kit/

    and doing a cool white, to match the other lighting throughout the cabin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iGalione View Post
    What is the diameter of these led discs, as it is not listen on the accent glow site.

    I'm looking to use these instead (might be my final choice):
    Good choice to use disks.

    I used 3'' disks and they fit properly. You tell them the size when you place the order.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack200s View Post
    A little off subject .
    I was thinking of changing the drive gear light from orange to LED white or blue.
    When you had the panel of did you notice if you could easily change out the orange lite ?
    No I did not check, but the panel comes off fairly easily with a trim removal tool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack200s View Post
    A little off subject .
    I was thinking of changing the drive gear light from orange to LED white or blue.
    When you had the panel of did you notice if you could easily change out the orange lite ?
    I was wondering the same. I'm doing some LED rework on a 2009 Altima Coupe dash and eventually want to swap the orange interior lights with white or blue.

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    i'm just now reading this, did a sizing of the insert for the cup holders, and the interior is 2.75 (2-3/4") and without the insert the diameter measures 3"... So I ordered those, in cool white, I may hold off, because I'm thinking of trading mine in and looking for one that will have the safety tec features as well as a sunroof... Got kinda jealous of a few people who leased theirs after me, but theirs were built to order and they got white just as me... want to stick out, everyone at the job is getting it now after seeing mine.
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    Hey Blu200S and respdoc, when you guys were doing the install, was there any way to do it where the wiring were completely hidden, or no?
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    Quote Originally Posted by iGalione View Post
    Hey Blu200S and respdoc, when you guys were doing the install, was there any way to do it where the wiring were completely hidden, or no?
    No, not all the way hidden...but I really don't use that center slide area much anyway..so it wasn't that big of a deal for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iGalione View Post
    Hey Blu200S and respdoc, when you guys were doing the install, was there any way to do it where the wiring were completely hidden, or no?
    Possibly, but it would've required some more modification, which I wasn't really wanting to do.

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    No, not all the way hidden...but I really don't use that center slide area much anyway..so it wasn't that big of a deal for me.
    x2. I rarely open my center. I tucked the wires to the side just so that incase I did need to use it, The wires wouldn't be in the way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BLU200S View Post
    Possibly, but it would've required some more modification, which I wasn't really wanting to do.



    x2. I rarely open my center. I tucked the wires to the side just so that incase I did need to use it, The wires wouldn't be in the way.
    I utilize mine all the time, especially with the 110V port inside, I was wondering... what cable clip/ties did you use to keep it a clean run. Are those traditional zip tie clips or some other type? I can't really tell from the picture. I was looking at something like these: 15 x 3M Black Self-adhesive Wire Clip Cable Made in Korea, got some with the package for my dash cam, but trying to get it locally or on amazon for quick delivery.
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