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I just got a pair of bluetooth whips and I was wondering if anyone had any helpful tips or instructions on how to wire these up? I have everything I need including a rocker switch. Just haven't been able to find a video on how to do these. Any help would be appreciated!
 

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YUP. Look behind your drivers tail light........you'll see 2 bullet connectors labeled ACC+ and -

these are Keyed on power.

Cut the electrical tape towards the front of the machine, these are 3" long pig-tails that you'll use to wire to your whip lights.............that's the whole function of these ACC factory run wires. I also used them to power my rear license plate light.
 

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YUP. Look behind your drivers tail light........you'll see 2 bullet connectors labeled ACC+ and -

these are Keyed on power.

Cut the electrical tape towards the front of the machine, these are 3" long pig-tails that you'll use to wire to your whip lights.............that's the whole function of these ACC factory run wires. I also used them to power my rear license plate light.
Great, thank you!
 

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If I were to wire the whips to the ACC wires behind the drivers seat, wouldn't that mean the whips would be always on? Since its powered by the key? I got the rocker switch so I could tell it to turn on when I wanted them on.
 

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If I were to wire the whips to the ACC wires behind the drivers seat, wouldn't that mean the whips would be always on? Since its powered by the key? I got the rocker switch so I could tell it to turn on when I wanted them on.
That’s what the app is for. You can shut them off. I do prefer a switch. Pickup a nilight wiring harness from amazon. Makes wiring a breeze and they work great.
 

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Thanks everyone for the advice and help! I was able to get them installed last weekend! Took longer than expected, but now I know how to take apart the dash and plastics around it 😂
 
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