You can. They just won't light up unless you do something about it...
Seriously. You can.
1: Remove existing kick plates from 2011
2: Put kick plates in 2017 SL (congrats btw, you'll love it, mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm leather - just what catwoman wants all around her body)
3: Figure out why kick plates won't illuminate
4: Wire kick plates to map light
5: Figure out how to get wires from map light to kick plate area or tap in to BCM which is about as much fun
6: Thank me later
If you found my interior accent lighting journal to be value-added, the illuminated door sills are the other part of my interior light spruce-up, and I'd like to catalog the experience as well. Here is the PDF for the instructions...
I have a Juke for five years and today I damaged my mirror. Cracking the housing and breaking the glass. It’s a 2013 1.6 accenta. I had a mirror cut and just stuck in but it’s horrid. I need to replace it but finding it very difficult to do so. Can anyone assist. My heart is sore.
It does improve looks I think and to see about air flow. Got to leave windows up for 72 hours so no problems can happen. Changing all lights to LEDs. Side marker looks blacked out. First picture is passenger side done. Second picture is drivers side before to show difference.
Hey oh hey oh hey oh, brace yourself, I’m about to get longwinded again.
So technically this was supposed to be a lil tutorial follow-along-at-home on how to get rid of that pesky Nissan emblem on the back of your car. But at the same time, I was in the process of getting rid of my rear...