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Old 17 Jun 2003, 11:02 pm
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Thanks Dalite. I snipped the wire this weekend and it worked flawlessly. I figured, if it was too bright at night, I can just turn it off. Thanks again for the tip.
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Old 01 Jul 2003, 10:42 pm
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And my thanks also. I cut the wire, spliced more wire in, added a slide switch on the drivers side of the console, and now I control the light. Dim or bright, my choice.

Thanks again.
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