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Old 10-22-2012, 03:34 PM   #61
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Used the left overs from the green LED's and did my dad's F-250
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And put a clear LED cargo light on mom's 07
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I wish my parents would let me do stuff like that to their trucks lol
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Old 10-22-2012, 04:55 PM   #62
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I wish my parents would let me do stuff like that to their trucks lol
I actually might be doing it to dads 250. Green.

Browning. How did you wire them to your dads?
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Old 10-22-2012, 05:42 PM   #63
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I actually might be doing it to dads 250. Green.

Browning. How did you wire them to your dads?
Pulled a hot wire off the cigarette lighter and ran it to a switch, then ran power from the switch to each side and grounded to bolts on the metal dash frame. On the drivers side I had to fab up a metal L bracket to shine them down onto the petals. It's just held on by 3M tape.
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Dang. I want to wire his like mine so they automatically come on
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Dang. I want to wire his like mine so they automatically come on
He wanted them on a switch so that's how I did them, I'm sure it wouldn't be hard to make them automatic
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He wanted them on a switch so that's how I did them, I'm sure it wouldn't be hard to make them automatic
I just need to find the right wire to tap into
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I just need to find the right wire to tap into
I like them on a switch because they glare off the window tint at night so I can shut them off to see how to back up or turn. But that's personal preference
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I just wire them to the dome. Their not on while I'm driving, unless I turn on the interior lights. I like having them on when I open the doors
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I just wire them to the dome. Their not on while I'm driving, unless I turn on the interior lights. I like having them on when I open the doors
Oh I thought you meant with the headlights
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Kinda long list.. Blue head unit, blue LED HVAC controls, blue LEDs in doors, cool white LED in dome, had blue under my dash when I first got my license, LED third brake light, StreetGlow LED tailgate bar, cool white LED license plate lights, and then black L heads and black tails.. Still wanna do a full interior blue swap..
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