[size="3"][font="Calibri"]Has anyone connected the footwell lights loom to the interior light in the car for power reasons? [/font][/size]
[size="3"][font="Calibri"]If yes have you disconnected the footwell lights cable leading to the Gem?[/font][/size]
[size="3"][font="Calibri"]Iíve recently installed footwell lights in the car and I was connecting the cable to the centre light, shorted the connection and blew the fuse in the trial stage, [/font][/size]
[size="3"][font="Calibri"]So i had to remove the blue connector on the fuse box to get at the correct fuse to replace it,
as my car is under wraps I can only access the rear door with ease so last night I went out to get a picture of the footwells I unlocked the car and opened the rear door behind the driver only then took the picture, on close examination of the picture I noticed that the radio didnít display anything.
Iím worried now that I may have damaged something as I have spliced in to the loom for the footwell lights and connected this to the centre light in the front roof of the car,
however I didnít cut the cable for the footwell lights leading to the gem, i just spliced in to the loom with power from the centre light.
I didnít see it necessary to cut the cable from the gem as the gem is not currently sending power to the footwell loom as it is, and I figured if it ever did send power the worst to happen is the bulbs would blow or a fuse,
Iím worried now this may be effecting the stereo . [/font][/size]
[font="Calibri"][size="3"]Can anyone help on this Please ?
Perticuraly if you yourself have retro wired the footwell led's or if your stereo needs a code, have you experienced anything like i am now.