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Discussion in 'Prius c Accessories and Modifications' started by kingnba6, Nov 21, 2013.
But I'm from Malaysia bro . I don't think the mirror can survive courier over to USA
Damn. i wish there was a USA maker of blue lens for the C
Blacked out my emblems, de-badged the back, put on bumper guard, added a back-up camera, put on blue chrome bolts and stem caps and tinted windows this weekend. Check below.
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Black Rims and highlighted side tail lights with Plasti-Dip
Created big mouth grill in front
i was bored so i painted my light black
and added led angel light
and added red devil eyes !!! what u guy think ???
Did you glue the lens back using clear silicone?
Can you post a link where you got the ring lights?
i got it at a local shop
I hope your lens and headlights will be Ok. Silicone adhesive gives off acetic acid (vinegar) when it cures. Hopefully, it will not cause clouding of the headlight lens.
i change a white led there but it wasnt really bright. so i was that bored and made this, but it came out good and brite !!! what u think ?
i did the same thing but just used a simple LED.
I put a white led but it was too bright so now i have the blue LED.
Installed a fortin evo-all remote starter...although I got stuck for a while on trying to take apart the neck of the steering wheel to reach a 7pin steering lock/ignition harness, it was a fairly easy install overall
very nice! where did you tap into the parking lights?
[/QUOTE]very nice! where did you tap into the parking lights?[/QUOTE]
main body ecu (30pin) pin#30...I think it was an optional thing, and I think I would've liked my remote start better without parking lights coming on like it's christmas, I'd probably prefer a stealthy no light remote start to the full blown parking lights on and no driver nearby. Maybe I'll disconnect it once I nurse my cuts and wounds...and especially the cold.
I pretty much pre-prepped the wires for the module the night before, and thought it was going to be fast and easy, since I knew where the OBD II connector and main ECU connector was at, so those two parts were fast/easy; however, I got stuck/confused on where the 7pin ignition/steering lock was located...and it took a few attempts of trying to squeeze under the driver footwell and enduring some cold to finally see that the 7pin connector was behind the plastic driving wheel column (neck) after removing 3 screws and popping off the plastic (top/bottom), the 7pin was just sitting on the top of the wheel neck.
engine starts with the oem remote 3x simultaneous lock press (so it's range is oem remote range, no extra remote to carry around) and either shuts down when you open the door or 3x simultaneous lock press again
also the guide was supposed to be for the push-start toyotas...so I don't know if they'll also work for the manuel key toyotas
Thanks @SwhitePC ! I have the manual key so it might be different. Ill look into it
I'm thinking it's probably the same wiring for the manual key, just that for the programming part, instead of push start to program the module, you'd probably just substitute it with turning the key into acc mode, and program from there. Since I do see some youtube videos with people installing evo-all to their manuel key toyotas, but good luck...have fun and stay safe in the next northeast storm =D