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Old 09-11-2013, 01:32 AM
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Get you a volt meter with some micro clips, the ones that pierce the wire through the shield, and with the brights on, start clipping to wires. With only three of them, it shouldn't take that long to find the hot and the ground. Then splice in to those wires and you should be seeing your LEDs light up with your brights.
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