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Old 11-07-2007, 07:06 AM
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prelude at the rear

After watching that vid brochure for the 3rd gen (in japanise) it's insoired me to make the rear prelude sign light up. But on my car it's metal so i'm gonna try make the surround light up.

easy, all I need to do is put a bulb or 2 in there. thing is, how the hell do i get to it. (the center part of the rear light cluster)

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You have to remove the plastic panels in the trunk. Then remove brake lights first to get to the center section. You would have to drill holes and run seperate wiring to get the lights to come on when you want or have it light up with the running lights.
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It's solid, the Prelude lettering that is on your 89 rear center...
I see you've seen my Prelude Brochure video

That rear center that lights up is for the 90-91's Series II Insano...
I think you're gonna have to carefully drill out the plastic and cut enough to let light shine through as the YOUR rear center bar is solid...

good luck!

edit: beat...exactly what guessman said
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