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#1 jeebowhite


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Posted 15 May 2010 - 06:29 PM

I am considering some nice little DRL's for my car, Just wondering how easy they are to fit, and how they can be used to switch on automatically with the cars ignition?

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#2 hawker


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Posted 18 May 2010 - 08:20 AM

I fitted some on my old car (celica)

I wanted to switch them on and off as and when, so I fed the wires through a rubber firewall into the cabin (not sure where it is on a focus but I would hope it has one somewhere) and I made a switch panel in the ashtray compartment, and i got power and earth from the cigarette lighter.

I cut them into the bumper to make them look integral to the bumper, and not something that was just "stuck on" as an afterthought.

Full details of what I did are on my celica website. Click on "jobs done" then on "Fitted TRD front bumper" link.

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