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    Default wiring angel eyes to stop strobing?

    i've read on here that you can wire from rear no. plate live to avoid strobing ,just wondered which way to route the wires for an easy life and what size wire is needed( i've got 16 triple smd's fitted)
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    i think they might still strobe, i have leds in my number plate and they strobe.
    take a feed from the dash illumination circuit, or ignition +ve.

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    Wire the halos up to relay to prevent strobing,
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    i'm not sure which wire is which on headlight loom,assuming i have to cut into th loom,if i wire in the back of the headlight wouldn't i get bulb error? at present i have a 10w resistor wired in to prevent this

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    cheers m8 most helpful

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