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    Ran LEDs under dash. I think it looks really neat at night. Color matches the exterior of car. Thoughts?
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    I Like It If Theyre Not To Bright For Driving..kenn
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    • #3
      They aren't too bright, and they are running off a separate little battery pack (rechargeable) under passenger seat.

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        Kirsten looks cool. Anyway you can connect the wiring on the LED'S to engage when opening the doors and shut off when the doors close?
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        • #5
          I bet there is a way to do that. I took a more simple approach. I set these up to a battery pack under the passenger seat which has an on/off switch. So as not to drain any power from the car battery. So I can choose to keep them on during night driving or turn them off. It has no effect on the way I see the road. And I can keep them on when the car is parked as a display item. Or not.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by ssj335 View Post
            Ran LEDs under dash. I think it looks really neat at night. Color matches the exterior of car. Thoughts?
            I want to know exactly how you accessed the neater switch light. I tried removing the console extension and found it very stubborn.

            Dean

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            • #7
              With the leds (l.e.d.s) on my F100 I wired a relay to the headlight switch, the relay supplies power to the leds, I ran the ground-wire for the relay to an on/off switch under the dash.

              That way if the lights are on I can have my leds on - but if I want the lights on and the leds off I can use the on/off switch.

              Hopefully this makes sense!
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