How to remove rear vent cap appliques?

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05Single

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Hi, I'm from Russia and I start to convert my Tahoe to Escalade look.
My first step

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That’s already step 2. First step was Escalade wheels !
 

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Thought i would be hip and cool and order up some esky appliques for the denali. Being that ebay so kindly had some already painted in the same color. One thing i'm thinking about doing if there is enough room, is adding a red LED strip near the vent to glow red for either a running light, or possibly setting it up to work as a running light / turn signal / stop light. to glow out of the vent. Being that the wiring for that is directly below it, seems to be an easy add on if i can find an appropriate light strip to put in there
 

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Thought i would be hip and cool and order up some esky appliques for the denali. Being that ebay so kindly had some already painted in the same color. One thing i'm thinking about doing if there is enough room, is adding a red LED strip near the vent to glow red for either a running light, or possibly setting it up to work as a running light / turn signal / stop light. to glow out of the vent. Being that the wiring for that is directly below it, seems to be an easy add on if i can find an appropriate light strip to put in there
Someone on here did that same mod. Looked really good imo. Unfortunately I don't remember what kind of LED strip they used, but the outcome looked good.
 

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To be constantly on or to come on when applying the brakes?

I plan on hooking the lower light output to the running lights, and the higher output to the stop/turn signal. And now i'm realizing how little i've paid attention to the back end of these if they have combined rear lights or independent for stop/signals, but that is easily overcome with a diode or just tapping into the trailer lights harness so not a big deal really
 

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