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|21st February 2009, 21:39||#1|
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Piggybacking LED's onto exisitng Lamp connections : How?
Now That I've upgraded my number plate lights and interior lights to LED's , I feel like adding some LED goodness to the rest of the car.
Say I want to add a string of LED's to light up when the parking lights are turned on. How do i connect them without cutting any of the existing wires?
Or will i need the help of an auto electrical guy?
|21st February 2009, 23:42||#2|
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otherwise its wise to pay and get it done from an electrician as per your requirments!
|22nd February 2009, 05:24||#3|
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I know how the wiring works, Its just how to go about getting connections from the wiring connectors/harnesses without damaging anything. I suppose I could twist some wire around the connectors, ut I want to do it better
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