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Old 04-27-2007, 10:26 PM   #1
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im gonna go out sunday and buy the angel eyes for the 2001 SE

for the led ring instead of installing a seperate switch i wanna connect it to the parking lamps....where to i slice into for the "parking light" wire. I have been told its purple wire? would this be located in that connecter that attaches the headlamp lights to the wiring harness ... i.e if i unplug this particualar harness, the headlamp is detached from the car. is this the wire??

OH, if the bulb in the AE dies, can i just go to a pepboys and replace with the Silvistar H3 bulb?

pictures are helpful for me, its just how i learn.
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the "parking light" wire. I have been told its purple wire? would this be located in that connecter that attaches the headlamp lights to the wiring harness ...
Yes, that is correct. You are right on track. : )
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I just did mine yesterday. Drivers side was a purple wire, the one on the passenger side was a brown wire with a white stripe. I'm loving mine. I actually rigged up some harnesses using the sockets from my old bulbs so i didn't have to cut into the factory wiring. I took pictures of the whole process but im heading out the door right now and i will post it later.

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Moved to electrical and I added "2000 +" in the title.
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Answering your question from your other post, you don't have to find the negative wire for the parking lights. I cut the bullet connector off the negative for the LED halo then wired the negative to the negative for the fog. Works fine.
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