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Old 03-03-2010, 09:37 PM   #41
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ill wire it up tonight ... it looks right all i have to do is wire two cuts back togather and cut the wire from the input ... i wounder how bad would it be if i left the relay in the loop while haveing thw stock setup to ... the worst think that could happen is me frying the car ... oh well sticking with plan two ... btw the lights look great at night can see for ever
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