Hey guys back again and still continuing to add stuff here and there. I didn't like the way the driver side window switch lit up, way too dim at night time. Making it really hard to see. Every time I'd roll the window down at night I would always hit the back passenger door switch on the drivers side. So to match every other switch I have in the vehicle I decided to install a red LED to brighten things up. Now I won't have a problem finding the switch. I also installed yellow fog lights but ended up taking them back out and installing some bigger ones. They really go good with the car in my opinion. I used a genuine Nissan relay for the wiring on the fog lights and made my own bracket so I could make it look as close to factory as possible. I also put a set of factory 17inch wheels on it. I guess I can say it's complete, but of course I'm never satisfied so I'm sure there will be more to come.
Here's a list of the updates. Steering wheel from an i30, headlights from a 2000 Quey,taillights from a 03 Pathy, wheels from an 01 Quey, fixed antenna,replaced rear pass side quarter glass,distributor,plugs,wires,thermostat,ball joints,upper and lower control arms,shocks,stabilizer bushings front and back, stabilizer links front and back, fixed rusted out step rails with some from a 99 quey,installed factory hitch,LED lighting behind guages,shifter and in all switches,refurbished roof rails, marker lights,fog lights and blinker lights,3 layers of undercoating front to back,new exhaust from cats to back,exhaust heat shield pass side, o2 sensor upstream pass side,replaced vacuum cut bypass valve,purchased new key fobs and new throttle body boot. I don't think I left out anything. For a 20 year old vehicle it still turns heads and thats exactly what I wanted to do when I bought it. I acquired this 97 Quey on January 4th 2017. It's taken me eight months exactly to do what I wanted to do. I love my Nissans! Rock on Peeps!
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