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OK so I finally got around to taking some pictures of my versa.

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2009 NISSAN Versa 1.8S Sedan Magnetic Gray

windows tinted (35 in front 30 in back and rear)
NVF stickers :thumbsup:
CCFL Halo projector headlights (which still dont completely work and idk why)







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Looking really good.
 

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OTHER PLANS:

white fog lights (hopefully for birthday next month)
spoiler of some sort.......... taking suggestions!!! (hopefully xmas)
tanabe lowering springs (hopefully xmas)

rims/tires if i can ever afford them (black 17 inch... idk what kind since they are expensive and am cash limited since im only 17)
paint calipers if i ever afford rims (prob red)

Maybe someday the carbon fiber hood with the air ducts but thats expensive too

Its hard to find things for the sedan so im always accepting opinions/suggestions
 

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What's not working on your projectors? Also nice v :D
the HALOs and the LEDs.... so i guess its just the brake lights that are not working
the halos and leds should come on with the running/parking lights don't have a set to look at yet but from what i can tell and knowing the way the stock lamps are setup they should operate off the running lights and then the rest shold be self explanatory. if you need more help let me know.
 

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wow im dumb... idk why i called them brake lights. but yeah they are supposed to be the parking lights i think which dont do anything when i turn them on
 

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do the front turn signals come on when you turn the parking lights on?
does the front turn signals work when you activate the hazard switch?
 

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not with the parking lights. yes with the hazard switch
okay check the wireing that runs to the leds and halo and see if the wires may be crossed most leds are polarity sensitive...all the ones i have delt with anyway. Black wire is gound colored wire is power. normaly.... have been exceptions to the standard rule.
 
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