tail light, headlight, blinker, fog light wiring diagram

Discussion in 'Exterior' started by dunit121, Nov 26, 2009.

  1. cobalt123

    cobalt123 Platinum Member

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    just no how to's on this
     
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    I dont street race to begin with....:facepalm:
     
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    Why don't u just turn the light switch all the way up. It turns all my lights off on my car. Btw the haynes diagrams are pretty accurate.
     
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    what light switch are you talking about? and i want my break lights disabled too
     
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    I won't get into how to do this simply cause you're planning to use it to commit crimes and escape. But I will say don't forget that headlights and tail light assemblies all use a single wire for the ground source and if someone were to say put a switch on the ground side of the circuit all the lights in the assembly would go out. ;)
     
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    The lever on the left side of the steering wheel. I know when I turn it down I think. It turns all the lights off. I'm able to warm my car up without any of the lights on. I've forgotten a few times to turn it back on and I'm on the highway with no lights on
     
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    Ingenious....I actually was thinking of doing something similar to what the OP is thinking....never thought about killing the ground wire....

    OP I have the service books, but really dont feel like searching thru all that just for this little mod. Just get some relays and wire and run it.
     
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    ahh i figured it all out thx tho guys
     
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    easier then that, just rotate your light switch towards you and it turns the auto lights off....therefor all lights go off outside the car, all you need to do then is not turn on your signals and your free :) and no modifications

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    oh..ya, that wont disable the brake lights from coming on...damn
     
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    That's what I saying but yeah. It won't turn off the break lights. Well at least it should make it easier to add a switch to only the break lights
     

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