Modified taillights...looks really good

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    Modified taillights...looks really good

    Thanks to GMCSonoma partly. Took 10 minutes to wire it up since the sockets were the same as the outer tails.

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    Re: Modified taillights...looks really good

    so now the trunk mounted tail lights light up when you apply the brake?
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    Re: Modified taillights...looks really good

    Looks good! Although fortunately, the Alero already had big brakelights to begin with. Some cars, like the 97-01 Camry, new Siennas, and 99+ Odysseys, have very small brakelights, yet a large taillight area on the trunk that would make excellent brakelights too.
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    Re: Modified taillights...looks really good

    There's also a guy on aleromod.com who is selling LED 3rd brake lights. That will be done as well soon.

    I'd much rather be seen when I brake so to me it is all a plus. Everything was there, just had to wire it up and splice into it. .
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    Re: Modified taillights...looks really good

    Cool..
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    Re: Modified taillights...looks really good

    ha. Thought it was going to be another Malibu thread. Looks nice

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    Re: Modified taillights...looks really good

    Nice mod

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    Re: Modified taillights...looks really good

    Thats looks cool Mischief007!

    I might have to PM you in the next month when I buy an Alero. Thats a great mod to have on your car.

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    Re: Modified taillights...looks really good

    Quote Originally Posted by Mischief007
    There's also a guy on aleromod.com who is selling LED 3rd brake lights. That will be done as well soon.

    I'd much rather be seen when I brake so to me it is all a plus. Everything was there, just had to wire it up and splice into it. .
    Yeah, yeah, we all know you just like people looking at your ass!

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    Re: Modified taillights...looks really good

    That's really cool. I can't stand cars with huge non-functional taillights.

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    Re: Modified taillights...looks really good

    When I first opened this thread, I thought someone had photoshopped Alero tail lights onto the new Malibu.

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    Re: Modified taillights...looks really good

    Quote Originally Posted by likearock00
    Yeah, yeah, we all know you just like people looking at your ass!
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    Re: Modified taillights...looks really good

    safety first! haha
    looks good

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