Way back in 2010, I bought an F150. There was no light in the center console. I used a mercury switch, which I removed from a low voltage heating thermostat. I used a small strip of LED lighting and ran that in line with the switch and a 12 volt source from the fuse box. The mercury switch was...
I see it. But how does Ford the actual numbers before the production year has ended? Maybe another could have been ordered with the same specs after yours was produced?? I am not doubting you. I am doubting Ford. I special ordered my 2016 and didn’t gat any documentation like that.
Mine are tinted, so dust/dirt isn’t an issue. 👍
Too much of a Fish Net Stocking look for my taste. And the holes in the mesh aren’t aligned with the dark edge of the light. That alone would kill me. :cwl:
IMO. The rear looks much better with the blackout tail lights. There is more flow to the look of the rear. I was gonna do clear on my Oxford white. I think it would look good, because of the white car, but decided against it. I love the blacked out look
Getting rid of the pumpkin is the way to go. But a rattle can of black undercoating is a cheap way to take the god awful look away for the time being.
But you bay looks great either way.
I did the cover, as it was easier than taking out the tank any spraying it.