The Right Way to Wire Cold Cathodes (1993 SLE needed)
I have searched around online and this forum, but did not get the definitive answer I have been searching for. Today, I took a set of CCFL'* (from a computer) and wired them into my car via an "add-a-circuit" and a rocker switch. They work just fine, but I am not satisfied with the way they are wired. I know to tap into a 12V source, but what are some of the best ones? I have already tapped my radio and interior lights at the fuse panel. I am going to get 2 or 3 sets of Red CCFL'* from oznium and corresponding rocker switches. Is there anything around the center dash (radio, ECC, access to cigarette lighter) that I can use to power two of them? Is there something that acts as a power strip for regular plugs, but only for wires? One giant central power source? What about in the back seat under the passenger'* legs, what can I use for power back there? I know options are limited because you are not supposed to extend the wires between the transformers and the tubes. Thanks for any help, I know I'm a long way away from catching Pat, but I was impressed by one set of green CCFL'*, so imagine what I could do with 3 sets of red.
2001 Grand Prix GTP Special Edition
1997 Bonneville SLE- Totalled
August 2004-March 2007