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Old 08-04-2009, 11:38 AM   #18
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oh i see he used the ashtray for the switches. i dont have an ashtray in my 07 so finding switch locations is tricky. i just put one next to my headlight switch in the dash though. it barley fit but it looks almost like its supossed to be there

yeah if you want to write a wiring tutorial, id say just cover the basics like wire splicing, how to use the splice connects/wirecaps/heatshrinks, whats involved to wire to a switch (what prong on the switch is used for what), and how to tap into to a power source safley.

just the general stuff people need to get started. you wouldnt have to get into the resistors and soldering though lol. i know you enjoy doing it and i evy you for having the patience, but its not really necessary with the products that are available.
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