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Project Name Project Type Submitted By Date Difficulty
LED 3rd Brake Light - 2nd Gen   Lighting Kevin CollinsMember Profile1 Member Project 12/24/2008
Headlight Harness Upgrade   Lighting wp23nMember Profile3 Member Projects 9/14/2006
LED 3rd Brake Light - 1st Gen   Lighting Dallas StarMember Profile 1 Member Project 5/31/2006
Fogs with Brights (2004-2005 STs) Lighting Mike OylerMember Profile1 Member Project 7/26/2005
PIAA Switch To Ford OEM Switch Lighting Steve WalkerMember Profile2 Member Projects 4/14/2005
Secondary Fog Switch Lighting Tom R.Member Profile6 or more Member Projects 4/14/2005
HID Headlight Install Lighting Larry PhillipsMember Profile2 Member Projects 4/14/2005
Fog Light Bulb Replacement Lighting Justin EllsworthMember Profile2 Member Projects 9/1/2004
How to Change Headlight Bulbs Lighting Ryan EylanderMember Profile2 Member Projects 5/3/2004
Inexpensive Interior Color Lighting Lighting Ryan EylanderMember Profile2 Member Projects 1/11/2004
How To Replace Your Dome/Map Lamp Light Bulbs Lighting Ed MilanesMember Profile4 Member Projects 11/6/2003
Underhood Lights, Take 3 Lighting Jim BurgerMember Profile3 Member Projects 10/7/2003
Reverse Lights Bulb Replacement Lighting Ed MilanesMember Profile4 Member Projects 7/31/2003
Another Approach to Puddle Lights Lighting Jim BurgerMember Profile3 Member Projects 7/3/2003
Line of Fire LED Lightbar Lighting Eric PennalMember Profile5 Member Projects 4/1/2003
Radio Lighting Color Change Lighting Travis MundayMember Profile5 Member Projects 2/9/2003
HVAC Control Lighting Color Change Lighting Travis MundayMember Profile5 Member Projects 2/9/2003
High Mount Brake Light Modification Lighting Tim GlazeMember Profile3 Member Projects 2/9/2003
Fog Lights on with Low or High Beams (2003) Lighting Brian DMember Profile1 Member Project 1/19/2003
Backup Lights Lighting Mike EganMember Profile6 or more Member Projects 1/1/2003
Cargo Lamp Project Lighting ST'errificMember Profile4 Member Projects 11/4/2002
Fog Lights on with Low or High Beams (2002) Lighting Tom SchindlerMember Profile4 Member Projects 10/27/2002
Fog Lights on with Low or High Beams (2001) Lighting Scott GoldbachMember Profile2 Member Projects 10/27/2002
Reverse Lamps Improvement Lighting ST'errificMember Profile4 Member Projects 7/23/2002
Inexpensive Fog Light Guard Lighting Tom ClemmerMember Profile1 Member Project 5/26/2002
Mirror Lamps Lighting ST'errificMember Profile4 Member Projects 4/23/2002
Installing Automatic Headlights Lighting Jeffrey BackesMember Profile1 Member Project 4/22/2002
Undercarriage Neon Lights Lighting David ParrowMember Profile1 Member Project 3/19/2002
Cargo Bed Lights Lighting Brian PerryMember Profile1 Member Project 3/12/2002
Puddle Lights Lighting ST'errificMember Profile4 Member Projects 3/6/2002
Underhood Lights, take 2 Lighting Randy LynchMember Profile 2 Member Projects 1/17/2002
Underhood Lights Lighting Ken KojimaMember Profile6 or more Member Projects 1/9/2002
Ford Factory Fog Lights Lighting Mike EganMember Profile6 or more Member Projects 3/19/2001
Hella Black Magic Driving Lights Lighting Mike EganMember Profile6 or more Member Projects 3/12/2001
PIAA 40 Installation Lighting Rich SternMember Profile 6 or more Member Projects 2/24/2001
Flashing Center Brake Light   Lighting Louis TiuMember Profile2 Member Projects 2/23/2001
Undercarriage Neon Lights Lighting TigerMember Profile5 Member Projects 2/21/2001




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