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fossildj

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Post Wed Jul 29, 2009 7:36 am

Hi, i wanna fix carpet leds for my car..

I bought 2 led which 1 pcs has 6 leds on it.. total i got 2 piece. 1 for the driver side and the other for the passenger..

attach is the diagram of how my led looks like.

How do i wire both led together and tap the power directly from my batttery... I read other section and notice that there is series and parallel wiring.. which is more suitable for mine?

THanks :D

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Post Wed Jul 29, 2009 7:57 am

Need more info ... Are these prewired for 12volts or are there resistors needed ??? If they are Oz products a link to them would be sufficient

If they are 12volt ready the washer LED diagram would be the one to follow
http://www.oznium.com/forum/topic3633
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Post Thu Jul 30, 2009 8:48 pm

if they are confirmed prewired, you should wire parallel

combine the red together, and then the black together

assuming red is your "positive" then tap that into a 12volt supply

assuming black is your "negative" then ground then to your car with a ring terminal

In between your red "positive" place a 12volt switch of your choice inline with the wire

vague.... but needed more info
fossildj

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Post Sun Aug 02, 2009 6:07 pm

hi, the LED are prewired. I follow you guys instruction, combinethe reds and then the blacks.

added a fuse at battery to switch.

this the result

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Thanks guys
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