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Would it be hard to wire up a set of leds to light up when the dome light turns on while unlocking with an inline fuse.

I wanna add a set of 4 white led puddle lights under both sides of my box.
 

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It should be fairly easy to put a T-tap in the dome light circuit. You might have to drill a hole somewhere to get the wire outside the car unless you go through the firewall and then back again.
 

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Not to worried yet on how to run the wires. Always time for that later. Just wanna figure out how to make it turn on when I unlock and open my doors but not technically when I turn on the main dome light
 

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Go to TRDSpark's website and check out the pdf for the installation of the factory interior illumination (led's). I think they are tied into the dome light circuit.
 

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There are a few threads on ScionLife about the installation of puddle lights. Check the tC as well as the xB threads.

That's how I figured out how to wire mine. They're on a switch and I can have them turn on when unlock doors, or have them on constant if I like. The dome light isn't affected, so I can have that on if I like without the puddle lights turning on.
 

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There are a few threads on ScionLife about the installation of puddle lights. Check the tC as well as the xB threads.

That's how I figured out how to wire mine. They're on a switch and I can have them turn on when unlock doors, or have them on constant if I like. The dome light isn't affected, so I can have that on if I like without the puddle lights turning on.
That's what I wanna do. I'm just gonna have to do some testing when I have a free weekend
 
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