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01-05-2013 02:19 PM
Vroooom Oooops
01-05-2013 01:55 PM
Originally Posted by Vroooom View Post
(PS - Mods,
While you are at tit.....
01-05-2013 09:25 AM
Which Circuit for DRL ?

Hilldweller, your PM box is full so I'm gonna do an "open letter" here.
(others are welcome to chime-in on-topic)

First...I really appreciate you sharing your research on useful light spectrums, etc. Very helpful.

I am going to replace my factory housings with a set of these:
7" Halogen H4 Headlights Halo Ring Angel Eyes Headlights Conversion New Pair | eBay

I understand that the ceebee (sp) housings would be better but these are in my budget since I already have a set of new H4 Phillips +100 bulbs to go in them.

My primary question for you have any suggestions on which circuit to tap into for power to the low-amp LED halo rings to work as Daytime Running Lights?

Presumably it would be the same as wiring any DRL. I just dont know where to start looking.

Any advice is appreciated.

(PS - Mods,
please dont throw this in the catch-all barrel for JK lighting questions. If you're gonna consolidate thread topics, I recommend a general "lighing forum" to match the existing "tires and wheels" forum. While you are at tit, you could make a "bumper" forum and a "lift" forum...and all other sorts of topic concentrations which would be more helpful than merely cramming all such discussions into single thread.)

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