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Old 02-13-2007, 12:29 AM   #1
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How to wire Angel Eyes to be on WITHOUT the parking lights?

Ive been searching for a good minute now, and almost all of the DIY's I have come across on DDE's explain how to wire them to turn on WITH the parking lights, but I want the exact opposite.

I want my DDE's to be on during the day (basically all the time) without having to switch the parking lights on. Basically I want only the DDE's during the day, and DDE's+parking lights+headlights during the nighttime. As an alternative to tapping into the parking lights, Ive heard you can tap into a red/white/gold wire somewhere in the ECU and it will achieve what im looking for. The problem is that I don't understand how the grey DDE wire coming from the wiring harness is supposed to reach all the way back there. Especially on the passenger side since it is especially far from the ECU unit. Can anybody offer some insight? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Im anxious to finally get my new headlights up and running

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