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help installing led washer nozzle

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ball3r3o5

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Post Sun Jun 14, 2009 10:14 pm

alright.. i just purchased those LED washer lights and im having trouble connecting the wires. I don't know much about cars. here are the instructions

Instructions:
[b]1.)Remove the original washer nozzle
2.)Install rubber gasket on new washer nozzle
3.)Insert LED washer Nozzle into existing hole
4.)Connect RED wire to corner parking light
5.)Connect black wire to vehicles chassis ground
6.)Plug windshield washer hose onto nipple
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can anyone help me or give me some advice on how to connect the red wire to corner parking light? thanks
JSewell

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Post Sun Jun 14, 2009 10:18 pm

check out these diagrams

https://www.oznium.com/forum/topic3633

when the diagram say they want you to use the parking light wire, its to keep you out of trouble
ball3r3o5

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Post Sun Jun 14, 2009 10:26 pm

very helpful thanks icon_smile.gif but is it still necessary to connect em to the parking lights??
JSewell

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Post Sun Jun 14, 2009 10:42 pm

if you use the diagram the link showed you, there was one specifically for LED washers, you'll notice the most basic way is just to wire them to a 12volt, protect with a fuse, put a switch inline, then ground them out

If you follow those instructions, you won't need to connect them to the parking light.
Black DX

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Post Sun Jun 14, 2009 11:22 pm

alot of police departments dislike washer squirter lights and will pull you over for them, it's good to keep glow on a manual switch so you can kill it on demand...
Tat2Dragons

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Post Sun Jun 14, 2009 11:45 pm

No offence and I'm not trying to be a ****,but people usually point and laugh at vehicles with those.icon_confused.gif
Moss

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Post Mon Jun 15, 2009 1:22 am

ball3r3o5 wrote:
alright.. i just purchased those LED washer lights and im having trouble connecting the wires. I don't know much about cars. here are the instructions

Instructions:
[b]1.)Remove the lid from the trash barrel
2.)Install LED washer Nozzle into barrel
3.)Return lid to trash barrel
4.)Thank Moss.
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can anyone help me or give me some advice on how to connect the red wire to corner parking light? thanks


Problem solved.
bad venge

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Post Mon Jun 15, 2009 8:55 am

OR you can wire them into the turn signals and they will flash when you are turning ...
TRogers

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Post Mon Jun 15, 2009 8:59 am

Scotch locks will aid in connecting to existing wiring.
ball3r3o5

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Post Mon Jun 15, 2009 9:12 am

Moss wrote:
ball3r3o5 wrote:
alright.. i just purchased those LED washer lights and im having trouble connecting the wires. I don't know much about cars. here are the instructions

Instructions:
[b]1.)Remove the lid from the trash barrel
2.)Install LED washer Nozzle into barrel
3.)Return lid to trash barrel
4.)Thank Moss.
[/b]

can anyone help me or give me some advice on how to connect the red wire to corner parking light? thanks


Problem solved.




wow you are so ***
TRogers

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Post Mon Jun 15, 2009 9:14 am

You'll learn to love Moss if you stick around biglaugh.gif
ball3r3o5

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Post Mon Jun 15, 2009 9:33 am

JSewell wrote:
if you use the diagram the link showed you, there was one specifically for LED washers, you'll notice the most basic way is just to wire them to a 12volt, protect with a fuse, put a switch inline, then ground them out

If you follow those instructions, you won't need to connect them to the parking light.



okkay.. and umm how do i bring the switch to the front of the driver seat so i can turn it off when theres cops?
JSewell

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Post Mon Jun 15, 2009 10:21 am

extend the wiring from the switch to the LED, then hide it
pgiordano

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Post Mon Jun 15, 2009 1:52 pm

Tat2Dragons wrote:
No offence and I'm not trying to be a ****,but people usually point and laugh at vehicles with those.icon_confused.gif


x2 i also laugh biglaugh.gif
fossildj

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Post Sat Jun 20, 2009 9:48 am

ball3r3o5 wrote:
JSewell wrote:
if you use the diagram the link showed you, there was one specifically for LED washers, you'll notice the most basic way is just to wire them to a 12volt, protect with a fuse, put a switch inline, then ground them out

If you follow those instructions, you won't need to connect them to the parking light.



okkay.. and umm how do i bring the switch to the front of the driver seat so i can turn it off when theres cops?


you have to go thru the firewall into the cabin itself..

find the holes that has wires connecting into the cabin and tthru to force in thru there
02BlueStang

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Post Sat Jun 20, 2009 7:26 pm

wouldnt recommend drawing power from the parking light...anytime your lights are on they will be on and I know I would stop you for using them...they stick out like a sore thumb.

wire them to a switch inside your vehicle so you can turn them on and off...each LED will have a positive (+) usually red wire and a black ground (-) wire. Connect the power wires together into 1 wire...use crimp connectors or splice the wires together and then run your power wire to the interior of your car to the switch. You will then run another power wire from the switch to your power source (12v) such as your car battery, add a circuit (fuse box) or your cigarette lighter which will have a 12v power on the back of it (usually power wires in vehicles are going to be red or white/bright color with another color line on them. Splice into that power wire then take the ground from both lights and wire them together and to a ground (such as a bolt in the engine bay on the fire wall etc. Then wire the ground on your switch (Im assuming you will be using a lighted switch) to a screw in the area you mounted your switch, usually under the dash there will be plenty.

Use electrical tape on all connections and thats it...flip them on and enjoy icon_cool.gif

to get thru the firewall you will see some rubber gromets that have wires going thru them...this is the stock wiring and how they get it into the interior of the car...either place your wires thru the middle of the gromet, which can be hard or cut a small notch in the gromet and put your wire thru that...makes it not so crowded and easier to get wire thru.
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