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Old 06-02-2015, 01:35 PM   #1
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Default Neons connected to dome light

I pulled out my headliner because it was peeling off and insulation was showing. I was planning on getting it redone, then I changed my mind and I don't want any headliner. The dome light is hanging and I don't have a place to mount it now that there is no headliner, so I thought it would be a cool idea to put neon light strips all around the top so it turns on when the door opens and when the on switch is on. How to I connect the neon light strips to the dome light wires? And I plan on taking the stock dome light out and putting my own switch somewhere so there is just the neons.


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