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2011 Chevy Impala Firerighter/EMR Pov Install

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Install pics of my Chevy Impala. Feniex 4200 mini controller for all lights. Feniex Cannon hideaway red/white in the reverse lights also function as back up lights. When I put the car in reverse, the white leds come on. Much brighter than factory bulbs. Very simple, just cut the power wire to the factory reverse light and wire it to the Cannon (see pics). Also have an interior visor bar coming as well as some Whelen ions for the hood or grill, a traffic bar for back window, and some running board lights. Installed my vertex standard mobile vhf on the passenger side. Kept all wires hidden and ran through factory harnesses and grommets. Decided not to have screw holes in the dash for mic clip, so I went with good ole 3M tape. Installed my lip mount NMO antenna on the trunk. Any suggestions?
 

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