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Stevie29

LED Spot Lights

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Well finally sorted the autolock problem. Thanks for the advice.

As I live in a rural area I am thinking of fitting

12inch 120W Spot Flood LED Lights.

Any one done this? If so how easy/difficult is it to do?

Do you need special wiring etc.

12inch-120W-Spot-Flood-Combo-Roof-LED-Work-Light-Bar-Car-ATV-UTE-Lamp

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Pretty easy if you have some basic wiring tooling and a little know how. You can buy spot light relay kits to make the job easier.

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How did you go Stevie? 

I'm semi rural too and about to chuck a light bar on but I am wondering about picking up the high beam feed with the dust covers in the way. 

The US forums don't help because they seem satisfied with a HID or LED upgrade to the standard lights. 

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Hi Cal77.

Had some medical issues so have put this project off for now. But not sure I am confident enough to do it, while I was comfortable with all my old (pre computer) cars, I am hesitant to fiddle with modern car wiring. My son pot a third party radio in his 2004 Polo and completely stuffed the engine immobilizer.

Will research and study a bit before attempting it.

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I'm a bit late to the party but a few months ago I installed a light bar on my XV50 Camry. Hasn't caused any issues due to the pretty simple wiring. Just installed a relay which is activated by one of the high beam wires.

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