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Can I attach a generic neon license plate cover to the wires to the License Plate bulbs without causing a short?

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Yes you can. Just make you put heat shrink where you spliced in so as not to create a bad connection after time.

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Need to replace bulbs that lights license plate. License plate and light is part of trunk


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Saves time because both bulbs and light covers are exactly the same style, there is no left or right. Cheers!

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