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Please help i cant figure this one out.
 

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I'M NOT AN ELECTRONICS WHIZ, BUT I WOULD THINK YOU WOULD WIRE TO THE IGNITION SWITCH, MAY IN THE FUSE BOX(?) SO THEY COME ON/AND GO OFF WITH THE KEY.
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tyler, where'd you get those lights?
 

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I don't reall understand the add a circuit. Can you ease exain how you did it?
 

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I ordered the lights from VLED.com. To install them, I ran the (+) wires into the add-a-circuit, grounded the (-) wires to the chassis, pulled the ignition fuse from the engine bay fuse box, plugged the add-a-circuit into the ignition slot in the fuse box, then put a 10A fuse for the lights and a 7.5A for the ignition into the add-a-circuit. Now the lights come on automatically with the ignition on
 

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Hmm... That's a really good idea! Where did you hide the wires?
 

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that VLED.com website doesn't work.

at least it didn't for me when I tried to go there.
 

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I don't have the vent lights, but I wired in some LED fog lights as running lights. I used an "add-a-circuit" off the ignition fuse.



Where exactly did you get that "add a circuit"
 

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you have it tapped into a constant 12v you need a source that comes on when the ignition is on the "ON" position and then cuts power when on the "OFF" position
 
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