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How do these neons work help please! #96870 Feb 4, 12:18pm Feb 4, 12:18pm
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How do these neons work help please!
Hi guys! i want to get some under body neons and some interior neons unter the foot wells and i found a great package from e bay. This is exactly what i want:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=33714&item=2457204899

The guy says they are done by remote as you can see in the link but how do the neons connect to the battery? how would you go about that? Especially with the interior neons are those also lit up by remote? and how would you connect them to the battery? Please help i am new with interior modifications. and electrics. It also says it comes with two remotes, does this mean you can have one in your car on the dash boared and one on your key chain and they both do the same thing of lighting everything up, or do they do separete things? THANKS A LOT!!! sorry about all this we all start somewhere thanks

Re: How do these neons work help please! [Re: Veilside_Celica] #96871 Feb 4, 12:20pm Feb 4, 12:20pm
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Re: How do these neons work help please! [Re: RoMkApOmKa] #96872 Feb 4, 12:21pm Feb 4, 12:21pm
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Re: How do these neons work help please! [Re: Veilside_Celica] #96873 Feb 4, 1:23pm Feb 4, 1:23pm
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YO! That's awesome, i want one of those! WARNING! The 2nd picture is a series circuit. Do not use picture two as a guide. Use picture one where it says "parallell" The whole 'wireless' thing is just a switch where all of your neons are connected. Weather it is a standard switch or a wireless switch, it's still an interruption in the circuit, thus still being a switch.


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Re: How do these neons work help please! [Re: Eyger] #96874 Feb 4, 1:46pm Feb 4, 1:46pm
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Originally Posted by Eyger
YO! That's awesome, i want one of those! WARNING! The 2nd picture is a series circuit. Do not use picture two as a guide. Use picture one where it says "parallell" The whole 'wireless' thing is just a switch where all of your neons are connected. Weather it is a standard switch or a wireless switch, it's still an interruption in the circuit, thus still being a switch.

Got this pictue from Satoshi's website...

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