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I have some questions about this. Is it possible first of all? Also, if it is possible will it cause any problems to my turn signals or neons, like less lighting? I mean will the lights not be as bright?

Does anyone have a how to on this. I'm assuming you just wire the left neon to the left turn signal and the right to the right one.
 

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nope, use relays. It can work as far as i know, only thing is the blinking of the neons may not be save. I'd say go with LEDs. Don't put the neons inline by tapping the turn signals, bad idea. Blow the line, you blow your fuse for your lights =(.

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Originally posted by: Wolvatron
dare i ask why you want to do this?
Agreed....

However, if you insist on doing it, tap the positive wire to each side of the turn signal to a relay coil to ground and run a separate fused power wire from the battery to the switched side of the relay to power your neons effectively turning the power on and off with each turn signal blink.

Note that excessive "blinking" of neons due to high oscillations can break them down quickly. LED's are a better solution and since LEDs draw so little current, you can probably run them right off the turn signals without using a relay.
 

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Originally posted by: Excelcier
Originally posted by: Wolvatron
dare i ask why you want to do this?
Agreed....

However, if you insist on doing it, tap the positive wire to each side of the turn signal to a relay coil to ground and run a separate fused power wire from the battery to the switched side of the relay to power your neons effectively turning the power on and off with each turn signal blink.

Note that excessive "blinking" of neons due to high oscillations can break them down quickly. LED's are a better solution and since LEDs draw so little current, you can probably run them right off the turn signals without using a relay.
Good Answer, Good Answer!
10 points For Excelcier! :rofl:
 
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