My bad on the middle console bulb, I had to go back and order that separately too since I had the DVD player still when I ordered the bulbs...Two weeks in to the Sequoia and I swapped out the interior lights. Thanks @Jgrauman for the Super Bright LED tips!
I replaced 8 interior bulbs with 194-CWHP5: Cool White LEDs ($4.95 each): (4) in each door, (2) front map lights, (2) middle console lights.
I also replaced the rear dome light with 3110-CW18-CB ($3.95) Cool White.
I then realized I was a bulb short - the middle console - so I ran to the local NAPA and picked up whatever they had in Cool White that replaced what I had (maybe $3-$4??).
One tip, the easiest way for me to remove the map lightbulbs up front and the personal lightbulbs in the middle console was to use a 90 degree mini-pick to pull the bulbs down and out of the socket so I could get my fat fingers around them. These are wedge bulbs.
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Lolol yeah NP! Also I think the Limited has a glove box light and my SR5 doesn’t. I ordered everything you specified. Then changed my mind on exterior lights and sent some back. Now, I’m totally ready to change all exterior lighting to LED as well as add more. Haha my wife hates me.My bad on the middle console bulb, I had to go back and order that separately too since I had the DVD player still when I ordered the bulbs...
Do you plan on keeping the 3rd row out?Rear WeatherTech mat arrived today. eBay for $150.00. I have one in my Dodge Journey that sits on top of the tucked away 3rd row seating, I love it.
- Vehicle: Toyota Sequoia
- Year: 2001-2007
- Color: Grey
- Coverage Area: Behind 2nd Row Seating
- Manufacture Part Number 42187
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THANK YOU FOR THAT !!!!Killed the daytime running lights. Hate DRL. I thought there might be some fancy steps to disable the DRL but nope, just disconnect the 6V lead to the headlights that switches on when the truck is started. The connection is between the battery and front driver side quarter panel.
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Nice choice on the wheels. Are keeping your original wheels or selling them? I might be interested if they aren't too much. Shipping to So. Call might be s bunch though.About 3 weeks back (after the lift), I finally got off the seat and made a decision regarding wheels and tires. I honestly have very little original thought so I ended up following the lead of another forum member here. Thanks again @Jgrauman for the inspiration. I hate to be a copy cat but would rather not make a bunch of costly mistakes by guessing at what might or might not work for my truck.
For wheels, I chose to keep it Toyota: PTR20-35110-BK / Genuine Toyota 17-Inch TRD PRO Wheels in Matte Black. I picked these up at a local dealer same day for $175.00 each. I wanted to keep it Toyota and I wanted 17" rims and at a 6 on 5.5" bolt pattern, there aren't a great many options but I LOVE THESE. Almost went w the gun-metal but black is beautiful. The silver body on black is a little bit of a tired look for me, but I'm pretty happy with how it turned out. These wheels are 7" wide with only a 4MM offset so I picked up some 1.25" Spidertrax wheel spacers to push 'em out. The spacers were just over $200 total if I remember right.
As for tires, I wanted something that looked aggressive but wanted an AT tire as again, I'm on asphalt. On my old 92' YJ and my old 2000 rodeo, I had BFG All-Terrain T/As and I loved them BUT they were loud as heck fire. So I went w Nitto Ridge Grapplers 285/70/17 at $200 each and honestly couldn't be happier with my decision. Again @Jgrauman !
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