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#1 OFFLINE   sdtopensied

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  • Current Vehicle:2009 Ford Flex

Posted 09 April 2013 - 12:08 PM

Hi All -

 

My Flex is incredibly functional, but I have some pretty specific needs when it comes to lighting.  I drive my Flex to just West of the middle of nowhere to do astrophotography, so white light is a bad thing.  It's especially bad when there are other astrophotographers around and you accidentally turn on your lights!

 

At the moment, I have a fuse pulled to prevent the dome lights from coming on when I open the door, etc.  I would prefer to have red dome lights so I don't have to fumble with a red flashlight while digging through my gear.

 

I found these, and I was wondering if anyone has, or knows someone that has, used them with any measure of success:

 

http://www.jcwhitney...1&skuId=3149515http://www.jcwhitney...1&skuId=3149515

 

Also, if anyone has any ideas on converting the dash lights from green to white without tearing the dash apart, I'd love to hear them.

 

-Steve



#2 OFFLINE   sdtopensied

sdtopensied

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  • Location:United States
  • Current Vehicle:2009 Ford Flex

Posted 09 April 2013 - 12:14 PM

Oops!  I posted this in the wrong section...

 

Mods, would you please move this to the Interior section?

 

-Steve








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