Originally Posted by skunkd
We'll have to find out from onall8, those are pics from his car he just finished the install recently if he just plugged them in as in or made any changes to the wiring. Mine are being shipped now.
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That's exactly what I did, I follow keitherkert write up;
If you want the LED strip to be always on when the car is on, you will have to connect the LEDs to a fuse and either make your own kind of harness or split your cars wires. I just split the wires, but if you don't want to do that you could make a simple harness that ends the middle wire and takes in the new wire for the middle.
The LED connection is the middle wire for the blinkers
(big red-ish pink plug). I ran a wire from a fuse (F100 - 10A - Active Damping **only turns on with ignition) to both headlights. (I put a small hole into the fuse box for the wire)
Cut the middle wire on the blinkers, about a inch before the connector, and add the new wire. Tape off the old wire, add a cap to the new one and tape off.
plug in the headlights and you should be good to go.
I was hoping to make it simple and hook up the led to the projectors and split the wires, but the projectors voltage seems to fluctuate between 6 and 8v. The LEDs need 12v (which F100 fuse puts out) for them to work right. They have a constant 6v sent to them when the car is on, but they do not power on until it gets 12v.
The nice thing about having it this way is that I can keep my projectors off of DRL since the led strip will always be on.
Sorry, didn't take any pictures during setup.
I drove it for about 3 hours yesterday, the new wires were not hot and everything else seemed to operate normally.
I have a 2014 limited, I don't think the 2015 would be any different.