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Old 05-02-2010, 01:43 AM   #1
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Fuse tapping, Wiring , led

(g35x 2008)

So I want to do a simple DIY
that involves strips of leds, like these ones with a + and - wire at the end.

I would like to power them up from a fuse box located near where my left foot sits.

I noticed that there are a few slots empty, do i just use that to power up my leds?
Can anyone give me a specific ebay/product link that i can buy and use?
(a product that extends the + - in the empty fuse slot so i can use it)

also if anyone is good with the g35 08, can u tell me specifics on how i can hide my wiring and while sticking these strips at each foot areas. Itd also be a bonus if i can get some instructinos on how to install a switch on one of those empty plastic slots.
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