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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 11-18-2014, 11:07 AM Thread Starter
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Hey, some questions in regards to using a rostra aftermarket cruise control.

I have the kit, and when im installing it, i have the grey wire previously installed in the harness. Do I splice into it, or replace. I cant find a definitive answer.

Also, i saw somthing with LED tail lights. I have resistors on them so I dont have hyper flash. Do I need to get another resistor? Or should I be ok?
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You can crimp to it with a quick connect or splice into it which ever you want.

As long as your high brake light still has bulbs you should be good.

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Ok, The brake lights do come on when the key is on, but not when its off. Theyre just LED bulbs, not replacement taillights. So im hoping this will work. My buddy has the tech II so i guess we'll know tommrow. Sorry for the spam
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