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I just bought a DRL LED and already mounted on the bumper. However, I am not an expert when it comes to wiring. I'm thinking connecting it directly to the parking light fuse(if this make any sense). Any thoughts or ideas on how do I go about tackling this project? I went o best buy and quoted me two hours and the guy says it is 80.00 dollars an hour and gave me a total of 150. 00(yeah right, the guy can't even add. 80 and 80 is 160) so I smelled the BS and left and told him that I will just deal with it myself. All he has to do is run the wires. DRL LED lights were already installed on the bumper. That took me awhile coz I had to cut some part of the bumper to make it fit. Now running to the firewall and connecting it to the parking light fuse shouldn't be that difficult. Am I right about this? I think 150 is a bit to much. It would take me two hours without experience but this guy would probably take 30 to an hour to do the job. Thanks

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just a quick update: I figured out to wire the DRL and I saved $180.00. Best BUY wanted 180.00 dollars and they said it would take 2 hours just to run the wires(I mounted the DRL myself as well on the front bumper) I only spent $20.00 to wire the DRL. I will take some videos of that to show you how I did it. The process is so simple and it took me 1 hour(I don't have any experience with wiring at all). All you need is some time and a pack of bud light! cheers.gif

got the DRL hella lights on ebay!!!

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