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hupsohl
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hupsohl Aug 28, 6:39am - #40211 
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neon behind a/c controls - wiring question

I'm putting a neon behind the a/c controls and i have a question on which wires I should splice to. I was going to splice the positive wire from the neon to the positive wire going to the bulb for the cigarette lighter, but when I looked there are three wires for the cigarette lighter bulb...a white one which looks to be grounded on the side of the cig lighter; a red one and a green one, both of which go into the housing for the bulb.

Which one of these is the positive wire that I should be splicing into?

Or should I just splice it to the positive wire from my gauges?
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DJ_Curtiz Aug 28, 6:49am - #40212 
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Dude there should be one big black one and one big red one behind your cig lighter houseing, use those... thumbsup

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xmangt1 Aug 28, 7:34am - #40213 

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coolYup. Keeps the wires as short as possible.
I would try not to use my cigarette lighter in this case.
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hupsohl Aug 28, 3:33pm - #40214 
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Cool I'll use those wires, thanks for the advice smile
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