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Jul 22, 8:43pm - #30089 
Neon Foot wells Help Me Please (and Yes I Did A Search)

NEON WIRE COLORS:
SILVER = NEG
GOLD = POS

...

CIG ELECTRICITY FLOW:
OUTSIDE CYLINDER = NEG
TIP/BOTTOM = POS

...

I have two neons and a PSX hooked to my cig... no problems - just make sure you are using the correct gauge wire (my AC/DC converter is 18 gauge and the neons are 24 gauge) ...but I guess it really doesnt matter in the end, since the cig lighter wiring is only 20 gauge

[ 02-18-2003, 03:31 AM: Message edited by: isaac ]


I got this far with thee search, but my ? is which wires (colors) do i conect or splice to the switch?

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Jul 22, 8:52pm - #30090 
someone please help

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Jul 22, 8:52pm - #30091 
Please

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Jul 22, 9:22pm - #30092 
?? Try it both ways all its gonna do is pop the fuse. Once you pop the fuse you know you did it wrong and it should be the other way. You got a 50 50 to get it wrong. Thats what I do.

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Jul 22, 10:23pm - #30093 
Karrion28 is the expert on this thumbsup


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Jul 22, 10:37pm - #30094 
I think the PSX and the neons are too much for one fuse to handle, that's why its keeps popping.

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Jul 22, 10:59pm - #30095 
Originally Posted by Karrion28
I think the PSX and the neons are too much for one fuse to handle, that's why its keeps popping.


Werd try to seperate the connections or connect to another source that's safer.


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Jul 22, 11:08pm - #30096 
Opops, sorry the quote above my first message was a guideline so i could just install neons in my footwell. all im doing is neons and there is no "poping". confused


Karrion: where is the best place to put my switch. confused

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Jul 23, 1:06am - #30097 
i was thinking of installing neons and attatching it to the switch on the stock fog lights. anyone know how to hook that puppy up?


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Jul 23, 5:11am - #30098 
Originally Posted by Celicamatikka
i was thinking of installing neons and attatching it to the switch on the stock fog lights. anyone know how to hook that puppy up?


im not sure ok but i think you can splice it...


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