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post #1 of 4 Old 02-20-2006, 07:21 AM Thread Starter
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I'm trying to find out how to wire in L.E.D. signals from my mirrors to my signal arm

Can anyone tell me or give me a wiring diagram as to how I can wire in my L.E.D. signals from my mirrors to my signal arm in the steering collumn? I've been trying to figure this out in my mind but I'm not exactly fluent with the vehicle yet, nor am I the King of wiring!

The wiring on the light set is only (1)positive and (1)negative-

Please help, any input greatly appreciated!

Thanks alot, Perry

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post #2 of 4 Old 02-20-2006, 08:19 AM
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You might find it eaiser to wire them to the acutal turn signals. But it's alos hard to get LED and normal bulbs to play well together.

There's some info in this thread:

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I believe the proper way to wire those up would be to hook the (+) wire to the front turn signal lead on each side then the (-) would go to ground.
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Indeed ,the best way to simply splice in the existing factory turn signal wires, the leds will draw very little power and won't cause a problem, however you always wantthem to blink together as well, otherwise the leds will appear to be going either faster or slower

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