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    Thank you, I ended up cutting the stock light harnesses off the OE lights and soldered them to the Maxxima wires, so I can keep the chassis harness in tact. It blinks faster than stock, but still works well. It's a nice product by the way.


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    Quote Originally Posted by aTX427 View Post
    Thank you, I ended up cutting the stock light harnesses off the OE lights and soldered them to the Maxxima wires, so I can keep the chassis harness in tact. It blinks faster than stock, but still works well. It's a nice product by the way.


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    Hopefully this helps.

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    Thank you all for your input on lights!
    I have to put my corner buy on hold right now. As I just spent 400+ on skid plates after I found my oil pan bashed in.
    I do have one more question though. To run aux/after market reverse lights. What kind of power can you pull off the factory wiring?


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    I ran Rigid D2’s off my factory reverse wiring on my previous vehicle with no problems. Rigid has a wiring harness specifically to set up reverse lights that come on when you put it in reverse and work off a switch. That’s what I intend to do again.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bear_JKU View Post
    I ran Rigid D2’s off my factory reverse wiring on my previous vehicle with no problems. Rigid has a wiring harness specifically to set up reverse lights that come on when you put it in reverse and work off a switch. That’s what I intend to do again.


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