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Old 07-03-2014, 06:50 PM   #1
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Electrical Expert Question on Parking Light Wiring 2003 V6

I recently installed halo headlights and I want the halos to be lit up whenever the car is running. I don't want to have to turn light switch on and off all the time. Looking at the switch schematics I am not sure what the best way to do this.

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Anyone have suggestions?


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Not quite sure how to wire it but I for sure to solder if needed...stay away from butt connectors, they are meant for a quick fix and not a long term fix. Can build up resistance within the wiring and can travel through harness damaging the harness

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Thanks for the information. I agree I generally solder when possible. I figured I would be the first one to ask this question. I will start with tieing it into something like the radio that is powered by the ignition. Switch. Have to make sure the fuse line is good enough.
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Yes and also take into consideration the size wiring. Good luck and hopefully this kinda helped you in some way

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