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I finally hooked back up the lights to my new car and look what happened only one of them is working!! All my hard work of wiring it and it doesn't work...I might have touched the positive/negative wire by mistake could that be why it isn't working? I don't think that would blow the whole tube.. Or it could be that overtime the light just faded (It's been sitting for 1.5 years).
Here is it on my old mustang:
Just curious.. What has been the reaction to neon lit Mustang?
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Alright well if you really want to do it, all bull****ting aside, put them kind of closer into the center so that it's not overbearing at least.
One thing that IS kinda cool is mounting lights somewhere safe on the rear axle/front steering assembly as close to the rim as possible. Gives a neat effect on SOME cars, with some rims that will reflect the light. That and maybe in the grill, but other than that I wouldn't do it. Even the mods I talked about are pretty tasteless on most vehicles.
In such a world as this does one dare to think for himself?
The paradox of power and peace will destroy itself.
I have no idea why you'd want to mess up your underbody or under dash with neon lights, but you'd have to install much much much more than just lighting to put enough drain on your altenator to keep it from charging your battery.
Also remember that LED lights draw much less current than regular incandescent lighting.
Install your lighting and enjoy your new found artificial daylight.
2001 Satin Silver Mustang V6
BBK Power Plus 70mm throttle body
Mac cold air intake
MAC long tube headers
MAC off-road H-pipe
MAC true dual exhaust
American Racing 5 spoke
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