Those are the best write ups I have seen on light replacements/color change. The work involved is highly intence and one needs to stay focused. I know I didn't enjoy it much just changing stock white bulbs, I would do it again for a show car though, just me.
2010 Bright White 3.5L H/O SXT V6
Red graphics (by me), 50% tint, Custom Grill, demolded, spoiler, lip, switchbacks, R/T exhaust with 4" Blastin Bobs 6db, rear diffuser, vinyl CF dash kit (by me), BT catch can, Badge via Rebadgedesign, Script Charger emblems, LED tails, Mopar pedal cover, LED fog, LED markers & Predator. Yet to install: R1 Rotors, lowering springs & shocks, Projector/halo headlights.
Not sure which forum it is, but I was talking to a guy that is in the process of doing it and he said it is very difficult. Harder than he expected. His NAV unit is completely out now as well. You need to take it easy and do it slow. And from what I hear some resistors are tiny.
2006 Charger R/T
- Carbon Fiber LMI Hammer Intake - Boss 22's - Blastin' Bobs 7db Reso Delete - Tranzformer Shift Kit - K&N CAI - DiabloSport - inTune CAI Tune - BT Catch Can - Tinted Marker's - 10000K HID - Halo & LED Headlights - CF Vinyl Dash & Door Pillar Overlay
I have a red SRT and swapped all my interior lights with red LED`s. I`m not electrical genius, but it wasn`t that bad. Time consuming...yes. Just be sure to get the polarities right (see thread on replacing LED`s), and be sure not to damage anything when de-soldering old lights, and you should be okay.
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