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Scion tC, Halo Light Wiring Specifications


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Posted: December 18, 2022 at 9:48 AM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote booch.nail
Hello! I have a fairly simple question that I can't seem to find a direct answer to, so here I am.
I bought halo headlights for my car, they are (mostly) plug&play aside from the coolest part, the halo lights.. I've watched numerous videos of different methods of installing them, some needing extra wire for splicing. Most or all videos never seem to explain what gauge wire is needed.. I don't know why this is so cryptic.
My question is, do I REALLY need extra wiring? I have these blue quick splice connectors, can't I simply connect from the existing wire harness in my car, to the bare wire I have on my new headlights for the LED halo lights to work?
Here's a link to one of the videos showing connections with extra wiring for both ground and positive.
https://youtu.be/P0Hxp-IPW-M
Thank you to whoever can answer this! I'll get to work on it today if my mind is thinking of this right and I don't need extra wiring.
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