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Old 03-14-2001, 08:44 AM   #1
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The subject says it all...I have two 10" neon blue lights from street glow...they have two wires coming from them...Anyone know how to install them?
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Old 08-31-2001, 11:05 PM   #2
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hook tha black wire to a good ground and hook the black wirte wiht a wite stripe to a switched postive
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Or, depending on draw, you may want to hook the power wire up to a toggle switch, then to constant 12v or ign. that way you can turn them on or off anytime you wish. Make sure you put the recommended fuse size in line on the power wire.
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Or u can have a cigarette lighter adapter and unplug it when u want:flash:
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neon light draw VERY little power
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Re: Anyone know how to install Neon lights inside a 03 mitsubishi galant es

i got 2 48in and 2 30 inch lighst for the botton of my car just want to knwo where i put the wires to so they start glowing
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Re: Anyone know how to install Neon lights inside the car??

same as above ..... you will have to run a power wire into the inside of the vehicle for a switch
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