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    you will need a resistor else you will get bulp warning.

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    Wire direct to the battery and have a switch attached in the cabin. resistor will still make the bulbs flicker. This could get interesting. ive been waiting for someone to do this so i can see what they are like

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    can't see why the use of a resistor is required because side light fault system work on current drain to bulb and you'd be plugging 12 volt led strip into it so its still a 12 volt drain on circuit,,,,,,,, yeah agreed ??????

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    hahahahahahahahaha!!
    at the nova with them on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by #IS9# View Post
    can't see why the use of a resistor is required because side light fault system work on current drain to bulb and you'd be plugging 12 volt led strip into it so its still a 12 volt drain on circuit,,,,,,,, yeah agreed ??????
    yes but is dosnt messauge only on volt.. but on watt/amp

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