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Old 06-09-2011
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power to blinker relay quesion

i was thinking today, and i want to make my grill lights that come on with the parking lights, also work with the turn signals, now i have an idea but idk if it will work, now i want to pull the power from the wires that go from the stearing column and activate the blinker relay, and then use that to trigger the realy, have the parking lights feed to be on the NC contacts of a relay, and then use the blinker trigger to trigger the relay to put the corresponding grill light on with the NC contacts,

my question is, is it possible to take use the wires from the collum to the blinker relay for that, idk how it is set up under there.

thanks in advanced for the replys :)
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