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Old 11-01-2011, 07:09 AM
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Halo rings to aux switch???

wondering if theres any issue on wiring just the rings and little dot led lights of my headlights to an aux switch??? is there problems or reasons i shouldnt??


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no reason not to. I had thought of this as well, but I run my parking lights and fogs almost all the time when needed, so I figured if I had my fogs and PL on why not have the halos...but I know your point to just run the halos...I would just suggest an inline fuse to your wiring for the switch, other than that good luck.
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