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Old 07-26-2010, 02:58 PM   #11
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yeah i know
but im wanting to switch it again so it doesnt light with the top up
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well, the power still had to be ran from the lights to the light bar, so a ground needs to be ran too, i cant say that i see the wire shorting out in our lifetime. (Its not going to be in any high traffic areas)
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brakelights may be switched power from the factory but your LEDs can be switched ground

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