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10-22-2011 12:28 PM
jeepzjgrrl
Door harness light wire?

i want to put led lights under the JK and in the foot area so when i open the door they come one but what wire works the switch.
08-03-2010 10:50 PM
MacK
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Originally Posted by fernjack View Post
I like that glove box and console idea ....
Although they only draw 0.004amp/light I don't know how fussy that canbus deal is . My way of thinking is I just avoid it altogether ..... stand alone electrics can only have certain problems . I couldn't even guess what a small current draw noticed by the computer would do .
Hey the rear footwell ... another good spot !
Take pics and share ....... Thanks ThomasMack .......
Jeep is at dealership so I plan on doing that once I get it back
08-03-2010 09:47 PM
fernjack
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Originally Posted by TheShift View Post
Nice!

/still no pics of mines...
Thanks ! I guess there sorta growing on me ........
08-03-2010 09:40 PM
TheShift Nice!

/still no pics of mines...
08-03-2010 09:38 PM
fernjack
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Originally Posted by ls6tt View Post
awesome, can you snap some pictures of them at night? id like to see how well they light up the floor board.
OK so here are a few better pics of the illumination from the blue LED's ......

If you click on the pics you can see them better . Sorry about the size...... gotta figure that out .
08-02-2010 10:41 AM
fernjack
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Originally Posted by Scooter_Trash View Post
Maybe he relocated it above the transmission.
No Dude it really was just falling apart . Just taking it out it basically fell apart .........
I have a 6spd. so I really don't have that requirement .......
08-02-2010 10:38 AM
fernjack
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Originally Posted by jeepcache View Post
you know that insulation on your hood is actually a fire retardant blanket designed to drop on the ehgine in case of a fire right?
Yup , still hated it and from what I've heard it didn't even come on some JK's . After going on 4yrs. old it was falling apart and droping crap all over the engine . If they had a better material I probably would have kept it in , with it falling apart everywhere it was time to say so long...........
08-02-2010 10:20 AM
Scooter_Trash
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Originally Posted by jeepcache View Post
you know that insulation on your hood is actually a fire retardant blanket designed to drop on the ehgine in case of a fire right?
Maybe he relocated it above the transmission.
08-02-2010 09:58 AM
jeepcache you know that insulation on your hood is actually a fire retardant blanket designed to drop on the ehgine in case of a fire right?
08-02-2010 08:28 AM
doliss I saw some mopar lighting set for the interior before, but I can't find it now on their website. Anyone know the part number for it?
08-01-2010 10:30 PM
ls6tt
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Originally Posted by fernjack View Post
The last couple of pics where at night ..... I'll try again tommorrow with a different setting and see how they come out . I think they are a bit bright ...... only time will tell .
Thanks Dude ! ......
leave the door open and take a shot standing back away from the jeep
08-01-2010 10:13 PM
fernjack
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Originally Posted by ThomasMack View Post
I have the same brand and they light up my floor well pretty neat. I'm going to install them in my glove b ox and center console soon, and the rear foot well.



I was thinking it would just be like a load being put onto the outlet right? I already have a secondary outlet tied into my always-on plug. I'm going to redo my whole setup soon, I don't like the way I wired part of it.

They are so light in the power they use, I doubt they can cause harm.
I like that glove box and console idea ....
Although they only draw 0.004amp/light I don't know how fussy that canbus deal is . My way of thinking is I just avoid it altogether ..... stand alone electrics can only have certain problems . I couldn't even guess what a small current draw noticed by the computer would do .
Hey the rear footwell ... another good spot !
Take pics and share ....... Thanks ThomasMack .......
08-01-2010 10:00 PM
MacK I have the same brand and they light up my floor well pretty neat. I'm going to install them in my glove b ox and center console soon, and the rear foot well.

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Originally Posted by fernjack View Post
I don't honestly know , but you sure could use a switched source to trigger a relay . It would be just about bulletproof then , take power from your battery for the relay and use the switched source to tell it to come on ...... no worries ....... and Thanks !
I was thinking it would just be like a load being put onto the outlet right? I already have a secondary outlet tied into my always-on plug. I'm going to redo my whole setup soon, I don't like the way I wired part of it.

They are so light in the power they use, I doubt they can cause harm.
08-01-2010 09:57 PM
fernjack
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Originally Posted by ls6tt View Post
awesome, can you snap some pictures of them at night? id like to see how well they light up the floor board.
The last couple of pics where at night ..... I'll try again tommorrow with a different setting and see how they come out . I think they are a bit bright ...... only time will tell .
Thanks Dude ! ......
08-01-2010 09:44 PM
ls6tt awesome, can you snap some pictures of them at night? id like to see how well they light up the floor board.
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