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Old 01-21-2009
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Went out and got mine yesterday. Installation was a snap. BUT...You might need a longer screw on the top 2 screws. the one closest to the front of the truck, on the passenger side. I had to use a longer one. The JY was cool. got a new pass. side A/C vent, a cig lighter, and a few other things, all for only 20.00. there were maybe 12 Tauruses out there, so if anyone needs a dome light, let me know. Name:  100_1505.jpg
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Looks good man I'm going to pick one of these up as soon as I get my truck back next week.

How much did the light run you?
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Well, I got everything for 20.00. At first he said that I could have the cig lighter, and the dome for 10.00.
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Thanks man, Yeah I was just looking into getting the dome, Nice cheap price. I'll pick it up next week!
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Cool, like I said, if you can't find one, let me know. Theres alot of Tauruses, and Rangers out there.
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Will do, you seem to of found one pretty quick, If I can't find one I'll shoot you a pm.

PS What is that brown stuff on your headliner? lol
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i have no idea...its kinda freaky lookin. time to get some carpet cleaner. lol
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Looks like poo.. LOL yeah for sure.
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doing this on a 07, whats the color of the wire I'm suppose to tap into???
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I need help with this mod! Anyone in the Vancouver Wa, Portland area want to help me?
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I had one light gray like yours and I just put it in without changing the color. My reasoning was that it went with the lighter gray color of the headliner than a dark gray one would.

After seeing yours on the same headliner as mine, I am happy I got the color I did and that I left it that color.
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I need help with this mod! Anyone in the Vancouver Wa, Portland area want to help me?
What do you need help with? its a very easy mod...
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i got a 99....do u know if i only need those two wires that are tucked behind the stock dome light or do i also need to run a wire like the How-to?

and HT...yours looks good haha
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Pretty cool mod.
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i got a 99....do u know if i only need those two wires that are tucked behind the stock dome light or do i also need to run a wire like the How-to?

and HT...yours looks good haha
Mine is a '99 also. All i did was use the same wires that the old one used.
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I still have yet to pick this up hahahahaha.. I need to go get one right meow.
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slacker!! lol
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I'm going I'm going haha... junkyard here I come, and I was just there yesterday wtf. its like a half hour from me oh well. I want one of these.
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If you can't find one, there are a few at the local JY here.
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Talking with 99ofroadranger right now, he found one too. I'll go check the jy's real quick, thanks man
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haha yes! mine is done. I just used the stock screws from the ranger light.

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Mines done too, I like it, good 10 buck mod I'll get pics later tonight I used the stock screws as well, one of the lights wasnt turning on everytime i flicked the switch though, so i just tightened up the screw more, works fine now. Woohoo
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Way to go guys!
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i just put mine in yesterday. deffinetly lights up the cab a lot better than the stock pos
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Did you all just do the swap or have to put new wiring in or what? if there is wiring i might need help anyone around the Vancouver/Portland Or, area care to lend a hand? PM me
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