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 Neon, HOw do u wire it without the lighter socket???

Hey, i was thinking about getting soem accent neon tubes for my car. Im goen to use it to accent under the dask and to accent my subs. what i want is a clean, hidden wire look(dont we all) but it is suppost to go in the lighter socket. Does n/e one know any other way to wire those things so that you might not have to use the lighter socket???

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Ok here we go,you can do this many ways,but the wya I do it (please check Madam Blue,while your there please rate her if you want to thanx)is I locat a permenant place for a switch to be, then I run a power wire from the battery to the + side of the switch.this wire I would install a fuse link.(depending how many lights and /or leds I am running is how big a amp fuse I put in it.)then cut the wire off of the cig lighter part and run the nrg to ground and the possitive( which generally is the wire that is connected to the nipple of the adaptor) to the neg side of the switch(that was easy wasnt it?) Ok heres some more interesting ways of doing this. You can take the first switch,(remember running power wire from battery to + side of switc?)intead of hooking the positive leads of the lights to that switches neg side, you can put a switch for each light separate from each other by running the + side of each switch to the neg side of the first switch,then hook all the positive lines of each individual light to each switches negative.and ground all the lights negatives accordingly.That way you can control which one you want on at any given time. Remember to install a fuse that would be a safe size foer the load you expect to do. Hope this helps.

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