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Old 12-30-2004, 03:01 PM   #1
Trunk_Monkey
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Join Date: Sep 2004
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Location: NW Chicago Burbs
Vehicle:
2003 WRX
World Rally Blue

Default Interior Color Change Tutorial: Key Ring

Key Ring Color Change Tutorial

What you need:
1-2 (.2) Lamp Covers CLICK ME
Philips Screwdriver
Procedure:
Take the Philips screwdriver and take out the one screw under the steering column:
Drop down steering height adjuster arm:
Pull off the bottom half of the plastic trim surrounding the steering column, use some force.
Slide off the plastic ring towards the passenger side.
Unscrew the bulb from the plastic ring, replace the lamp cover. (Make sure you leave your door closed and the light it off for 5 minutes, bulb will get HOT)
Reverse order of install to put your car back together, There is a notch that the plastic ring goes back on to.
Note: This may sometimes take more than one bulb cover to get the desired color, on a side note, I tried blue using the lamp cover method, it came out a little too teal for my taste, the red colors seem to work far better.



Modification of your car involves risks and may void your warranty. I can not be held responsible for the modifications you consciously decide to undertake nor the results of doing so. If you believe anything is incorrect in this post or you have something to add please PM me.

Last edited by Trunk_Monkey; 12-31-2004 at 06:34 PM.
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