Side marker turn signal

Discussion in 'Gen 3 Prius Main Forum' started by ltstation71, Sep 7, 2014.

  1. ltstation71

    ltstation71 New Member

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    I love taking all the badging off of my vehicles. I recently took the hybrid off the sides of my prius and found that there were 2 holes. After much searching on the internet I found some awesome LED turn signals from Bling Lights. Here are some pics of before and after. The install was very easy. After taking the badging off all you need to do is run the wire through the factory hole and run it along the side all the way up to your head light assembly. Take the turn signal wire harness and connect the 2 wires to the wires on the signal harness. These lights look great and give a custom look to your vehicle and are very inexpensive for the quality. Please leave me some feedback of what you think. Once again you can purchase these lights at AutoMatCentral.com - LED Turn Signals and check out their other great products at AutoMatCentral.com - Premier auto accessory specials image.jpg image.jpg image.jpg image.jpg image.jpg
     
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  2. PixelRogue

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    Well....can not believe it appears I am the FIRST to respond to this...an it is 2021.

    1. Thank you!
    2. How is the light affixed, and what is keeping water out? Double sided tape? If so, did it last?
    3. Links, well they are obviously dead. Any updated links?
    4. Photos of how the wires are tied in to the harness
    Anyone else out there do a similar mod?
     
  3. Yaesu

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    I think mounting the side marker light is a great idea. However, since one hole is lower than the other, I'd probably leave the emblem and drill two holes that are perfectly aligned with the crease on the side of the vehicle. The more illumination the better. 3M 5200 or 4200 are an excellent adhesive/sealants for that application. Just be sure to clean any drips or smears off the paint before it hardens.
     
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