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Old 07-26-2012, 06:16 AM
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Do you mean how I spliced them into the stock wiring? I just spliced right into the wires. It was relatively easy.

Do you mean to say that you want to have both of the plug types available? I guess you could splice the new plug in without cutting the old one off.
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Re: How To: OEM replacement LED bulb write up

Yeah, what I really want is to splice the standard 3157 into the factory wiring without cutting the stock socket off.
I guess I didn't ask the right question. What I wanted to know was how to know which wire to splice into which wire. Do I go by the color and just try to match them? I would like to be able to do that without having to mess with a voltmeter if possible.
On top of everything, I noticed the stock wires don't even have consistent colors between the right and left tails.

Any info would be extremely helpful, and I thank you and everyone else ahead of time for all the input.

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Do you mean how I spliced them into the stock wiring? I just spliced right into the wires. It was relatively easy.

Do you mean to say that you want to have both of the plug types available? I guess you could splice the new plug in without cutting the old one off.
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