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Pics of a new mod..

Just a heads up ' Thanks ' to Kyle/Gearhead for ' aquiring ' some parts for me



BTW, I ' retouched ' this image in n' Appature ' software on the Mac, beats photochop hands down IMO. Very clean photo, taken durring the day and all the LED's colors came out just fine.
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What did you do? There is SO much done to tell since I have never seen the interior its badass!
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that looks really kool man. def like the white background then bluish lights. really nice
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What did you do? There is SO much done to tell since I have never seen the interior its badass!

+1...never seen the inside either. looks awesome. got another pic of the seats?
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I don' think I have seen the inside of your truck either, but it looks really good.
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the new gauges...looks really nice, i like how the fluid levels needle glows...
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I know I know, cruise control. Looks very good D.
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^^sounds like you may be the winner haha
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I never thought to paint the glove compartment...hmmm...
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I know I know, cruise control. Looks very good D.
We have a winnner folks!

After I get Amy situated this week, I'm going to put Blue LED's ( Maybe white? ) in the control counsel/wheel buttons. should stand out better then.

I don't know why Ford didn't offer Cruze with a Manual Tranny, its all stocked parts and didnt require ANY cutting/drilling.. even the green ' speed control ' indicator in the gauges works!
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looks killer man. nice job on the interior
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We have a winnner folks!

After I get Amy situated this week, I'm going to put Blue LED's ( Maybe white? ) in the control counsel/wheel buttons. should stand out better then.

I don't know why Ford didn't offer Cruze with a Manual Tranny, its all stocked parts and didnt require ANY cutting/drilling.. even the green ' speed control ' indicator in the gauges works!

Where's teh how-to. John Griggs is gonna haunt you in your dreams.
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looks good D.

diggin the interior alot
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still looking good D

mine came stock with cruise haha
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i have factory cruise and have a manual tranny.. i need to get a newer clockspring tho as my CC pods dont light up.
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i have factory cruise and have a manual tranny.. i need to get a newer clockspring tho as my CC pods dont light up.
You added cruze? Or did it come from the factory as such? I've never heard of cruize/manual combo coming straight off the assy line.
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it came that way, my sister's v6 manual stang has it as well, hey maybe its just an XLT thing, who knows- ford seems to be inconsistent at times
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looks good D, that cruise will be nice on them trips.
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so hows cruise work with the manual? does it just kick off when your rpms get to low...
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it kicks off when you press on the clutch/brake/off button. Any car has a certain limit on when they can use cruise, i think our trucks are set to 30mph?
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i know how to turn it off, buit with the manual, if you hit a hill and forget to turn it off what happens? youd think that it would stall becuase it cant downshift...
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It pretty much just floors itself, thats how ur auto knows to kick down, just by how much throttle it gives itself.. just watch your gas pedal move while youre driving up and down hills. Oh and if you get within like 10 miles or so below/above your preset cruise speed it shuts off.
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I don't know why Ford didn't offer Cruze with a Manual Tranny, its all stocked parts and didnt require ANY cutting/drilling.. even the green ' speed control ' indicator in the gauges works!
Factory speed control is available with a manual transmission as an option on most Ranger trim levels. My manual truck has it. In fact, speed control is standard on every Level II, manual or automatic.

Unless the parts are from a much earlier Ranger than your 03, the switch pods should be illuminated already. The factory bulbs burn out easily though and the LED mod is a good fix when that happens. Or if you don't like the stock green illumination.
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Thats ' speed control ', is it the same as ' cruze control ' ?
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yeah they're the same, people just call it whichever they prefer..
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