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Old February 3rd, 2008, 03:35 PM   #26
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Default Re: l.e.d. tail light question

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You could install it behind the dash. The tails and blinker wires are all right there and you can just cut the brake light wires at the master cylinder and run them up to the magic trailer box.
That's what I was originally going to do, but i couldn't locate all the wires in the same place..
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Default Re: l.e.d. tail light question

I wired up a 59 cad light, and seen how bright it was so I pulled the bullets cuz I got pissed! So I will try that relay and hopefully get un-pissed! Almost put the stock ones back on, but shit they are ugly
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