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Old 01-09-2008, 04:39 AM   #1
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need help with P46 wiring!!!

I've had my P46's in for over a year with no problems, but then all of a sudden the angel eyes went out . I discovered that the fuse for the angel eyes had burnt out. I figured that i would just bypass the fuse and splice the two wires together without using a fuse. This worked for about 3 days . Now I have hacked up the wires beyond repair. Is it possible to just purchase the harness for the angel eyes separately? They are the Depo version w/ integrated angel eyes ( I'm not sure if there are any other versions out there). Any help would be appreciated.
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yea you shouldn't have done that. now there's nothing to stop your wires from melting and burning your car up. but yes you can buy a harness. you should just splice the fuse back in
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where do i buy the harness from?
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probably from a sponsor like jlevi or umnitza. just tell them you need an angel eye harness
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We can get you a replacement harness. Usually it's not good to bypass a fuse that has blown- that means there was a short in your system which you should find first before powering up the kit. Feel free to drop me an email and I can set you up with a harness.
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We can get you a replacement harness. Usually it's not good to bypass a fuse that has blown- that means there was a short in your system which you should find first before powering up the kit. Feel free to drop me an email and I can set you up with a harness.
thanks, ill shoot you an email
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