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Thanks, the LED's were $10 including shipping from superbrightlrds.com. I purchased the grille on Ebay for $40. Type in Scion TC Grille on Ebay, and you will see it for $40.
 

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I got the lights myself... just gotta plug them in
 

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did you need a harness with those pure blue luminics? im scared of luminics after everybodies issues with them. do they have a tendacy to melt the LEDs? i thought i heard that. they run hotter?
 

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I am running them on the stock wiring harness. I check them every now and them. They have not done anything to my wiring. I really like the way they look. Thanks for the feedback!
 

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is it me or do the "superbright" line of LED's always look white in the center, or is it me?

PIAA HIgh Intensity LED's
 

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I don't see any white, just some very cool blue.
 

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i hvae the same exact ones hehee


i think mine has like 5 LEDs though?


Nick remembers the whole "peddidle" thing when i couldn't replace the passenger side parking light alone and waited a day before a friend could do it for me.

... it was like that for a good full day xD

fixed now though
 

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LOL I remember that.

Ghett-O
 

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The passenger side was harder then the drivers side. Should have used more mustard, and less ketchup.
 

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hehe, i think it was cuz of the washer fluid


i managed to get the driver's side out with my hands
but it was hard to fit my hand between the washer fluid bottle thing and the headlights (despite the fact that my hands are indeed smaller than a guy's would be) so I waited till a friend twisted it out with a plier
 

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If you think it's hard for YOU to get your tiny little Asian girl hands back there, think about how I feel with my meathooks...
 

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It was also hard for me to get my hands in that little area. It also sucked, when I had to install my grille with metal wire twists. I thought I was going to loose a arm.
 
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