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#16 Old 12-26-2012, 10:02 AM
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Blinky I think I might go to an auto electronic audio place that is well know in my neighborhood. I called the dealership and they quoted me $250 plus tax for installation. I don't think I want to go that route. What I did though was print out the instructions and I might pass by the auto shop and ask them how much can they do it for. I've removed the grille before so I think I'll be present for the installation and tell them "I'll remove the grille" just to be on the safe side. I've broke 2 clips before and I don't want it to happen again. Thanks.

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I think that's a good idea. Good Luck. As far as the dealer, there are some that don't do the work on premise. I guess it depends where you go. Let us know the outcome.

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Will do. I think it's the cheaper way. I don't think I wanna cough up $250 plus tax. I was actually thinking of installing the lights and taking the vehicle with the lights installed and having them just do the electrical part of the installation.

2009 Murano S Non bose system, Tan leather, 6CD changer
-Gentex 453 Auto dimming mirror with home link and compass
-Weathertech floor liners
-TRS HID kit 35W 4300K
-Stainless Steel bumper protector
-LED interior dome, reading,and door lights
-Nissan Factory Bug Deflector
-Viper 5902 with Remote start
-Plastidipped wheels, emblems on front and back, and grille.
-Nissan DVD Headrest Entertainment System
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Installed LED DRL

Hey guys I got the Drl Led lights installed yesterday afternoon for $75. It took the guy a while because the instructions were confusing and made no sense at all according to him. Removing the wheel and the left side wheel cover was not necessary. He got everything installed correctly with no problem at all. I asked him to have the lights stay on when my headlights turned on as well and it was done! Now my headlights turn on and my drls stay on. I could've had it done where the drls would turn off when my headlights turned on but I chose to have it done this way instead. Looks nice IMO.

So I got the lights for $390+$75(installation)= $465 which is about $150 cheaper than the lights itself and about $300 cheaper than the lights and installation at the dealership. eBay is your friend guys.
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2009 Murano S Non bose system, Tan leather, 6CD changer
-Gentex 453 Auto dimming mirror with home link and compass
-Weathertech floor liners
-TRS HID kit 35W 4300K
-Stainless Steel bumper protector
-LED interior dome, reading,and door lights
-Nissan Factory Bug Deflector
-Viper 5902 with Remote start
-Plastidipped wheels, emblems on front and back, and grille.
-Nissan DVD Headrest Entertainment System
-Led DRL
-Nissan window deflectors
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My early 2009 JDM LED DRLs came with two (2) control modules. There's photos of all the parts in my forum members photo gallery. The newer US version may have changed to only one module. Are there multiply plug-ins on the one that you have? Hope this helps and take care!

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I know this is old and the OP has his LED DRL installed. I just received my DRL today (Thanks OP on the head-up on the $375 eBay listing). Yep it has one control module as a revision of the DRL wiring set-up

The instructions below from Nissan shows one module.

http://nissan-techinfo.com/asistgc_1.../S/Z/1SZ40.PDF

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Yea Texas I got the instructions from the same place and from the same guy on eBay. Hope you enjoy the lights. Post pics if possible of the lights installed.

2009 Murano S Non bose system, Tan leather, 6CD changer
-Gentex 453 Auto dimming mirror with home link and compass
-Weathertech floor liners
-TRS HID kit 35W 4300K
-Stainless Steel bumper protector
-LED interior dome, reading,and door lights
-Nissan Factory Bug Deflector
-Viper 5902 with Remote start
-Plastidipped wheels, emblems on front and back, and grille.
-Nissan DVD Headrest Entertainment System
-Led DRL
-Nissan window deflectors
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Yea Texas I got the instructions from the same place and from the same guy on eBay. Hope you enjoy the lights. Post pics if possible of the lights installed.
hey ebaez - can you possibly send me the instructions and tell me how yours were done. I need to know which wires to tap into the way you did it - so the lights say on when you turn the headlights on. my email - bambus00@hotmail.com

That would be awesome, thanks.

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I know this is old and the OP has his LED DRL installed. I just received my DRL today (Thanks OP on the head-up on the $375 eBay listing). Yep it has one control module as a revision of the DRL wiring set-up

The instructions below from Nissan shows one module.

http://nissan-techinfo.com/asistgc_1.../S/Z/1SZ40.PDF
I tried the link to the ebay item and it's no longer available. Do you have the name of the seller?
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