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    help with fitting winscreen washer jet neons

    hi all

    ive just purchase a pair of winscreen washer jets with neons in, and i wanted the know the best way to fit them and run them, could i run them off the amp, and how would i make a switch becuase i dont want them permantley on?
    cheers

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    Connect the power lead to your headlight switch. Lights on, washer neons on. Lights off, washer neons off. Simple stuff.
    BTW, this is a car computer forum, not pimp my ride.

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    Windscreen Washer Neons.
















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    Here's how I'd hook up these fine examples of aftermarket bling:

    First, being aware of the sensitivity of lighting components to voltage transients, I would not, and I repeat not, hook these up to the car's electrical system, which is only good for radios, amplifiers & speakers, stock loads like engine management, and simple stuff like carPC's DC/DC power supply.

    I would install a seperate power storage and charging system just for these babies.

    Install this under the dash and presto, every time you hit a bump more juice is produced for your lights. It's like instant soy sauce!!!
    It's been a while...

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    How the hell do you fit NEONS into a washer jet?

    I'm thinking LEDs...

    And yeah... RICE!

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