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Old 10-05-2003, 11:02 AM   #11
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I didn't read all of the post so your might have got an answer already, but when I hooked mine up I used the existing fog light wires for the fog lights and spiced into the outside marker lamps for the angle eyes. That way they are always on when the head lights are on and I won't forget to turn them on.
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me and a friend were talking about this would it be safe to run a 55W light off the stock switch which has a 35W bulb in it? so what i was thinking for mine was run the halo off the stock interior swittch and run a seperate switch for the light itself
If you ran the halo off the stock switch they would only work when you lights are on dim the whole point of the angle eyes are to show off the halo.
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yes but during the day no one is going to notice the halo being on so this way at night when driving down the local crusing area u can hit the light switch off and throw the halo switch on
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Pete don't sell the car!!! If you get a SSEi next year keep yours as a winter car. Then you won't feel bad about the rust, and you'll be BonniePimpin all year long yo.
That'* exactly what I want to do Jay. I'd hate to sell this car. If it wasn't so perfect besides the rust maybe I would. But I want to restore this/rebuild it one day and I'm hoping I can have this thing payed off before I get an SSEi so I can keep it. I'd hate to drive my new SSEi in the winter anyway.
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