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Old 02-16-2012, 06:24 PM   #1
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Halo Headlight Fuse Tap

Finally got my projector headlights

Not sure if I'm going to hook up the 'halo' lights yet, but if I do I figure the best way is to do the DRL disable (or leave them running if they put out 12V since my ZR2 has the low's as the DRL's) and wire the halo's in with a fuse tap on a circuit that's hot with ignition on in the underhood fusebox... just wondering if anyone has a good suggestion on which fuse to tap into...
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