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Ok so you added on of those universal strips? Yah I had that set up but I was trying to go for the oem drl setup but with a white for the drl and yellow for the turn signal in one bulb. Yours does look better than mine do tho From what I've seen the bulb has 3 connections, ground, ACC and turn sign...
- Mon Jul 27, 2020 12:58 pm
- Forum: Electrical
- Topic: Tapping into turn lights for DRL
- Replies: 15
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mrlancealot wrote:Thanks guys. Looking more into it.
Posi Tap seems hard to find. Jaycar didn't seem to have it.
the housing you have in that image looks like its for the low beam or high beam bulbs, the indicators a different shape
So I recently found a video on YouTube of someone who seems to have figured it out but it’s in russian and he doesn’t explain it very well. From what I understand it’s a regular oem connection with an added 12v constant from an acc fuse connected to the white part of the switchback led. https://you...
If your in Australia make sure they are ADR approved I suggest you read the ADR regulations to see what is required to make them street legal Yeah it took me ages (solid month of research alone) to find the right street legal LEDs, as far as the requirements for the ADR, I'll basically be following...
I'm currently working on a few prototypes for some custom tail lights for my lancer. Was a bit put off when searching for the right LED drivers though so I am working on building my own which means the process will take a bit longer but I am sure it will be more fitted to my tastes. I've only starte...