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Today I received the lock caps for my Encore. The Encore is prettier and fancier than my Trax with lots of chromed parts and accent so just seemed fitting that these should also be chrome. I know, I know, I'm the only one that will see these since they aren't visible when the doors are closed but I'm just anal that way. Others must be too since they sell these.

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Well today I received the covers for the door latch for the Trax.

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Little things make a difference, others might not see them but you see the difference, that is all that counts.
 

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Today I received my W5W LED replacement bulbs. So I did the vanity section at the rear view mirror. You can pop the lens by inserting a flat tool at the front and the rear of the lens pulls strait down. Simple enough unlike the dome light.









When it gets warmer I will do the rear license plate bulbs and will post here.

Like beeguz says little things that make a difference and makes it yours.
 

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Liked it so much I did the same to the Encore.
 

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Looks like a standard 194, but I have messed with it a couple of times and the wire is too short to easily twist the socket out. I'll give it a go later and try to get some needle nose pliers on it.
Did this today on the Encore. Couldn't believe one bulb was already burnt. Like you said wires are really short but it's doable, the left one was easy but the right one was tight. Only used my fingers.

 

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Discussion Starter #48 (Edited)
Well today being a mild day ( 10°C ) and the rain stopped, I decided to change the oil and filter in the Trax since the monitor was at 8%.

Then I proceeded to replace the license plate bulbs for LEDs, simple enough, both lenses come away from the left of the housing. Like previously mentioned wires are short but this is doable. I added a little bit of dielectric grease to protect the contacts from corrosion due to road salt. In the first picture you can see the difference between the two.





I'll try to remember to take a nighttime picture.

 

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I just held one side of the socket against the edge of the hole and twisted the lens instead of twisting the socket out of the lens.
 

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Today I received my door arrester caps and installed them. Making it mine...



 

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Today I finally received my Door Lock Screw Protector Covers, just an other little embellishment project that makes my pretty little Trax mine.



 

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Discussion Starter #57 (Edited)
Just made a couple of new emoticon to Welcome new members to the Trax forum in sunset orange of course.



 

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The more I drive my Trax the more I like it. Trifecta hasn't answered back for the tune, still waiting.
 

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Discussion Starter #59 (Edited)
I have solved the short wire issue from the righthand license plate socket. If you look inside the rectangular hole you'll notice the harness runs through a retainer, if you move the wires down they slide right out and give you about 1.5'' more slack. Of course you'll never be able to put it back but who cares your bulb is now changeable.



Tried to take a picture but couldn't peak in the hole with my cell.
 
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