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Switched/dimmed 12 volts near footwell area ?


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Hi. I'm looking to install some interior lighting (did search) in the footwell area. i don't want a switch and I'd rather not go up to the dome light. Is there any way to tap into an existing 12 V wire down there, that's already connected to the other (e.g. instrument cluster, other lights on switches) lights?

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Search is your friend - this has been covered many times before...

http://www.renntech.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=4822

Ah, thanks Loren. I actually used that wire already when I did the Ipod mod. No prob to use it again, of course, but does it dim? If not, I guess it's no big deal, the footwell lights will just be on during the day also...

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Search is your friend - this has been covered many times before...

http://www.renntech.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=4822

Ah, thanks Loren. I actually used that wire already when I did the Ipod mod. No prob to use it again, of course, but does it dim? If not, I guess it's no big deal, the footwell lights will just be on during the day also...

What do you mean by dim?

The only dimming lights are on the instrument cluster.

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Hi! Not sure if this is too far from where you want it, but the access is really easy! In my car the light on the ashtray is on the dimmer circuit. I tapped in to light my garage-door switch.

Awesome, thx I'll try it. I'm hoping since I plan to use LEDs, the draw should be low and shouldn't blow anything.

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