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Old 12-29-2005, 09:02 PM   #1
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Exclamation Predator Chromiums HELP

hello fanatics, I purchase the predator chromiums from Umnitza, I download the video and have the online instructions.

I wish you all guys/girls can help me out, in how to connect my demon eyes to the fog lights. Is this the method where I turn on the city lights and the fogs would the demon eyes be on? and when I turn the city lights and fogs would the demon eyes go off?

I don`t want to have the daylight look, beacuse I don`t want to have "alot" of attention from other persons, only when I want too

thanks for you help fanatics..
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Old 12-29-2005, 10:02 PM   #2
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Or you can still do the install like the instruction said and install a kill switch. Do a search in this forum, it has been talked about it so many times on how to connect it to the corner lights or fog lights. And also there's a DIY on how to install a "kill Switch" for your DDE's.
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Old 12-29-2005, 10:40 PM   #3
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driftinsequence knows how to install a switch under the kick panel. you should pm him
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PM me and ill give you a wiring diagram for the custom kill switch. i love it as well as the 20 or so other people ive done it for. completely independent, you can turn on the lights whenever you want. no key in the ignition or anything. the lights do not touch the ecu electrical system. a clean switch mounted under the kickpanel and your done. looks very OEM, and i personally think it is safer, since there is no tapping into that funny looking wire which i hear screws up your car if you separate it in half, which can happen since you are tapping it.

anyone else want a switch let me know, i can send you a wiring diagram. 100% safe.
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Old 12-30-2005, 09:21 AM   #5
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thanks for your reply guys
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Old 12-30-2005, 09:25 AM   #6
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PM me and ill give you a wiring diagram for the custom kill switch. i love it as well as the 20 or so other people ive done it for. completely independent, you can turn on the lights whenever you want. no key in the ignition or anything. the lights do not touch the ecu electrical system. a clean switch mounted under the kickpanel and your done. looks very OEM, and i personally think it is safer, since there is no tapping into that funny looking wire which i hear screws up your car if you separate it in half, which can happen since you are tapping it.

anyone else want a switch let me know, i can send you a wiring diagram. 100% safe.

with the method you described, you cannot have the remote feature correct???
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yes you can, it's completely independent.
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well I have been searching on the forum and I will connect them to the parking lights. I prefer this method.
https://forum.e46fanatics.com/showthread.php?t=206226

Is this ok?
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well I have been searching on the forum and I will connect them to the parking lights. I prefer this method.
https://forum.e46fanatics.com/showthread.php?t=206226

Is this ok?
I bought the Predator Chromiums DDEs from Umnitza with the "Remote" feature for my 2004 M3.

I would like to install the remote feature but I do not know what and where I should tap to in the cabin? Some threads say the purple wire? Other says red/black wire? Which and where should I tap the brown remote wire too? PLEASE HELP!!!
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Sweet... brown to red with purple stripe wire??
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Sweet... brown to red with purple stripe wire??
are you going daylight?
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are you going daylight?

I'm not sure if I understand your question. I currently have DRL on but I will disable it soon if that is what you are asking?
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I'm not sure if I understand your question. I currently have DRL on but I will disable it soon if that is what you are asking?
If you where going to wire up the demon eyes into daylight function.

P.D. I "tap" my demon eyes into the purple wire from the taillights and it works only when I turn on the parking lights

I appreciate Carnage for this purple wire/LCM/ taillight thread.

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