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Power from battery

Discussion in 'Lighting' started by DaveEli, Jul 6, 2012.

  1. Jul 6, 2012 at 6:00 PM
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    DaveEli

    DaveEli [OP] Member

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    David
    Virginia Beach
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    2011 Tacoma Sport 4X4
    Icon Extended Travel Coilovers, All-Pro Expo leaf springs, All-pro U-Bolt flip kit, Icon 2.0 Series custom length rear shocks, Wheelers Superbump Bumpstops, All-Pro extended rear brake lines, Redline Hood Struts, AVS Bugflector II, Pelfreybilt front bumper, Brute Force rear bumper with short swingarm, Famous Fabrication Rock Sliders, Budbuilt Skid Plates, Rigid Driving Lights, Dick Cepek DC-2 17x9" wheels, 285/70R17 Goodyear MTRs with Kevlar tires, neoprene seat covers, ARE bed top, TRD cat back exhaust, AVS in channel window vents, Toyota door sill protectors, Pop & Lock tailgate lock, Husky Rear floorliners, WeatherTech Front Floorliners, DeeZee bed mat, Window tint, TRD drop in air filter, Plasmaglow led bed lights, Hi-Lift jack mounted on bed rail, IMMRYO Rear View Mirror Relocate
    I am installing some LED lights that would like to be able to turn them on without turning on the truck. I was going to get power directly from the battery, but I am unclear how to do it. Do you go directly to the pos terminal or is there a way to get power from the fuse box by the battery? Any help and photos would be helpful. Dave
     
  2. Jul 6, 2012 at 9:21 PM
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    fullstream

    fullstream Well-Known Member

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    Tinted windows, tonneau, 3" procomp lift, vent visor's, bull bar, step bars, interior & exterior led's,anytime fog light mod, 35 w hid's 6000k fog, 3 Adv 60's w/ dimmer, color matched grill w/ satoshi, tinted taillights & fog lights, BHLM with mini h1's 35w 5000k, 2 hella 700's w/55 watt HID's, BAMF lightbar
    Get in on the ADV group buy and get a remote dimmer. It's pretty sweet.
     
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