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Old 04-12-2012, 01:38 PM   #36
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You could wire then with your head lights, only problem if at night u want to turn them off u can't unless u connect then to your fog lights.
I myself put a switch in the center console to turn them off or on. To make things easier for me I used the wires to the 12 V wires( cigaret hole) forgot the name lol.
+1. i hate when people do that.. Just run a switch in between! I have a switch to my rear LED's and a separate one for my front! that way i don't need to drive without headlights or fog lights, And if i get pulled over, its a snap to turn off.

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Btw, a lot brighter in front than they look.
are those LED or neon?
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Old 04-12-2012, 04:02 PM   #37
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+1. i hate when people do that.. Just run a switch in between! I have a switch to my rear LED's and a separate one for my front! that way i don't need to drive without headlights or fog lights, And if i get pulled over, its a snap to turn off.

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are those LED or neon?
LEDs! Small 3 LEDs covered in rubber. Perfect amount of light with power being drawn from the 12v outlet in the center console with a switch in there.
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Old 04-12-2012, 04:19 PM   #38
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you don't really need to wire them from the fusebox mustangs domeligth are positive wire so just tap in the wire and ground the other cable of the leds and there you go they will turn on and off like your interior ligths,

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don't need to wired it to headlights just wired to parking ligths is positive wire also, here's a page were it shows u all the car colors and location of wiring 12volts.com
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Old 04-12-2012, 04:22 PM   #39
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here's the leds I put under the door handles
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Old 04-12-2012, 04:23 PM   #40
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Old 04-14-2012, 09:27 PM   #41
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What u think about red LEDs light in the interior of the car. My car is black and interior black leather. Not to many LEDs to make the car bright but jut enough to see them.
Do it I have grey/black interior with 2 four inch blue strips under my dash but red would look good to my theme is just blue and cooler colors like that
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here is my red leds, camara is not to good but ill take more pics
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One of my friends has accent leds under his dash with a switch on the center console. When he turns hem on they hit with the subs he has. The harder it hits the brighter they are. How do I go about wiring that?
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You just tie the positive wire from your lights to the positive spot on your subs and same with the negative.
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have not try it yet but it may burn since the amp outputs are ac so is stronger may need to put a resistor just incase is to much for the leds ill see what I can find out and test it today
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