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I work on computers and spend a lot of time with warranty departments outside the United States. One day I was on the phone with Dell and the representative introduced himself as Steve. Clearly he had a heavy third world country accent. So when I was asked my name I gave him Mujibar Patale. I tried real hard to sound like him. He and I spoke the entire conversation like this so the boss started calling me Mujibar. It came in handy when I registered on the Scion web sites. The art work came from a guy I work with at my other job. He was trying to goof on me but I liked it.

 

DIY TC radar detector hard-wire The overhead light console doesn't allow the radar detector to be switched on and off with the car accessory switch so the power needs to come off the amp remote signal or the 12-volt power plug (the positive). Then use a string and a line level to ensure proper alignment in reference to the rear windshield.

DIY XB custom horn wiring tied to locking system This allows the horn to sound when the keyfob locks and unlocks the doors. On unlock the horn sounds twice and on lock it sounds once. To unlock all doors/hatch the horn sounds 4 times. To do this you will need two 3-amp diodes (check valves for electrical), one 12-volt relay and 18-gauge signaling wire and appropriate size wire for your horn. Remove signals from factory horn. Stake in a connector in signal connector then run that through the diode and pick up a splice on flashers through diode to relay coil. Now run 12-volts from the battery to the relay common and the normal open to the horn. Mount horn and blow away.

DIY XB third brake light sign First you need to design the sign at the size of the brake light. Then you will need some thin plastic to cut the shape of the brake light cover. Next hot glue the plastic to the brake light and get the vinyl cut at Fast Signs. Just mention Scion brake light.

DIY XB speaker replacement Be warned this is a long project. It took me 3 weeks by myself with the rear or the vehicle completely disassembled. First remove the front door panels then drill out the speaker pot rivets. Then you will need some adapters to build out the speakers from the window. Then find the primary color from the radio and splice in the crossovers to the tweeters. You can now reassemble the front door panels. Now the fun begins. The rear seats have to come out and the panels have to come out. The speakers are screwed in here and most flush mounts are fine. Wire the speakers the same as the front. Then reassemble and mount the tweeters. The sub was pretty easy as I just used an amp kit and cut a board to mount the amp to under the passenger seat. I used a small enclosure from Crutchfield and a Kicker Solo Baric short speaker new this year. Then you can run the power from the engine compartment to the driver side rail under the carpet to the passenger seat.

DIY XB cold cathode lighting Lowe's has a switch that fits perfectly in the console below the center door. I just picked up the 12-volt from the 12-volt power adapter then ran the wire to the transformers under the dash (driver and passenger side) then splice the wires to the secondary light mounted under the seats.

 

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