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Connect to ignition

How can I connect a LED or light bulb or anything to the car ignition?

Meaning, when the car is running -> the battery feeds the LED -> the LED lights up. When the car engine stopped, the LED is turned off automagically.

Any pictures are welcome. Thanks in advance.

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Hi what you need is an led that has a resistor in it without the resistor it will just burn out leds also need the wires connecting positve to the positive side of the led or it won,t light up if its connected back to front then remove the lower cowl around the steering wheel and get a tester on the back of the ignition switch wires until you find out which is the ignition on wire [live] and it goes off when switch is off connect to this wire the other wire that comes from the led just goes to ground yates210456

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