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Light wire driver side

Hello, everyone.
I tried to connect my fog and spot lights with buttons installed at left side from steering wheel but cannot find any information about wires with positive voltage in this area wich could be activated with light switch. In other words is it any lighting wires near left driver side? Now I using orange wire from stereo system wich dimm the light of device, but after I push my fog or spot light buttons I hear the clicks from speakers. It is very annoying.
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Re: Light wire driver side

I run all my wiring thru the fuse box with a "add a fuse " It alot more safe than chopping up wires under your dash, Here is a picture of the fuse box spots with the black line under them are hot all the time. The ones with the blue line are hot when the key is turned on. Hope this helps



This isn`t my fuse box mine actually has alot more stuff added to it

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I run all my wiring thru the fuse box with a "add a fuse " It alot more safe than chopping up wires under your dash, Here is a picture of the fuse box spots with the black line under them are hot all the time. The ones with the blue line are hot when the key is turned on. Hope this helps
Thank you it is very useful information. I thought about such type of connections and already using some of them. But unfortunately there are no "hot line" when lights switched on (
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