Basically your front signals are currently a 2-wire system.
You need to convert it to a 3-wire system.
Where you get the power for the "always hot" line is up to you.
You will have to change out the bulb socket to a bulb socket made for dual-filaments. Again, the stock one is a single filament.
Those look good fasteddie! Do they put any extra light on the road, or just strictly to help you be seen? I'd like something that adds a little more light at a wide angle -- to better see into curves and watch for deer on the roadside.I bought a pair of "Bullet lights" from somebody in England (around $20, near as I remember), and set them up to be ON w/ the key to ignition. Here's a couple of pics.
And the resultI myself have ordered these LED strips so i can use them as running lights.
Plan is to attach them to the Barkbuster Storm wind deflectors.
STRICTLY to be seen.Those look good fasteddie! Do they put any extra light on the road, or just strictly to help you be seen? I'd like something that adds a little more light at a wide angle -- to better see into curves and watch for deer on the roadside.
I used the smallest one's available (6 LED), will post a daylight picture in the morningLooks great, what size did you use? 6, 8, or 10 LED?
Can you post a picture in the daytime? Thats when we really need the extra visibility.
Here's the electrical guy asking if you could post some close up pictures of the mounting and wiring. I can see where if possible it would make even more visibility if yellow were also available, you could then add those above and tie into your turn signal.Took a while, sorry. But as promised a picture of the lights in daytime.
Kinda hard to capture with a camera though.