OK. I will leave the member's name anonymous, but here are some pics of a trunk light installed this evening into a 2013 Altima. A different location than the area I referenced earlier in this thread was used for mounting...ENJOY!
^ looks good. It looks like you used the same location as the person whose pics I posted last night. That location can be used as well, but it is kinda tight getting the strips in there with the cables for the rear seat in the way.
Where I saw for mounting was on the other side of the ovals under the rear deck, out where the straps for the pull cables are.
If any of you guys are considering adding one of these, I highly recommend it. It's a great and cost effective way to add some awesome convenience to your car. They're durable and fit great. Mine's held up through a relocation, extreme cold and high humidity.
If you think that OEM light is plenty, you'll wish you would have installed one of these sooner. I was on the fence for the longest time thinking, "I'm never in my trunk, I don't need it." Turns out, I used my trunk more often than I thought and each time complained about the lighting. Now it's great! Plus, I am the envy because all the other sucka MCs have little weenie lights. Time to step up to proper lighting!
05 3.5SE AT
Stillen lip - Berk V2 - Vogtland springs - muffler neutered - Racingline FSTB
Ate super blue fluid - ebc yellow stuff front pads - f/r kinetic drilled rotors
RTP SS brake lines - Fibre Custom eyelids - ddmtuning 5000K lows & fogs
BT Design underhood light kit - NWP VIAS delete - SE-R style tails - Racingline y-pipe & hi-flow cats
My install pictures from this weekend. Great product and easy installation.
Looking good! Sheds a little more light on whatever might be in there, doesn't it?
Guys...from experience, I will say that it is VERY hard to photograph light output. Don't take my word for it, ask these guys that have installed the light...the difference is literally night and day(pun intended)
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