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Stevie29

Front LED Bar

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Finally have all the gear to fit my front LED Bar.

Toyota would not sell me the dash switch so had to wait for eBay delivery.

Only have to figure out how to get through firewall. YouTube video suggested nest to steering column try and squeeze past grommet.

Or maybe just drill hole and silicon.

Failing which just hook it into high beam.

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on my 2016 camry i left the switch in the engine bay, not sure if that is technically legal, as it still can be switched off, I am thinking of wiring it in to a switch on the dash eventually, but will more than likely drill and get a cable grommet to protect the cabling, im not 100% sure if the engine bays are similar but i didnt see a safe place to run extra wiring neatly

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To ensure your car continues to be legally roadworthy the additional LED or any driving lights must be wired via high beam circuit. You can have them operate from an idependant switch but they must only be operational when high beam is selected.   I believe this wiring system is applicable nationwide.  

  • The light/s must only come on when the main-beam (high beam) headlights are used, and must automatically turn off when the main-beam headlights are turned off.
  • The driving lights may be fitted with an isolator switch to allow high beam to be switched on without the driving lights also being switched on.

See  below Vicroads note for advice....

  • the lamp/s must only come on when the main-beam (high beam) headlamps are used, and must automatically turn off when the main-beam headlamps are turned off
Edited by TIDYWAZZA

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