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    Hi can someone please tell me where I can find a permanent live feed under the bonnet, 2006 e 91
    I have bought a set of Phillips led running lights and they need a live feed, Thank you
     
     

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    erm battery?
     
     

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    That was my thought until I read that it's for DRL's. He wants an accessory position linked (type) feed in actual fact. Surely he only wants them on when the key's in the ignition.

    That said... leaving them off the car altogether would be best

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    in that case couldn't you just modify the wiring of the side lights so that when they are in the on position the DLR's will run
     
     

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    Hi thanks the battery is in in the boot, these led's are to supposed to to have a live feed as they are on all the time, but when you switch the side lights on the led's go dim, there is a jump start terminal but when i connect to it the lights come on and go off after about 2 mins must be some sort of safety, if i cant solve it i will have to run a live from the fuse box,
    thanks for your help
     
     

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