Having Our car parked at mechanics for hours n having expensive lights as of 200 to 400 $ . its very inexpensive and you can do it by your self.
with this methods you need some electronics skills like to see "+" as positive n "-" negative n that's all.
Step 1: Materials Required
2: solder rod
3: solder wire
8: safety Scissors
Step 2: Working With Small Strip for Testing
cut one part out . for simplicity we just do this to check out if the strip work with your car battery .
Circuit of the strip is also shown in one of photo
when u buy this LED Strip You might see that this lights work on 12 to 12.6 DC volts.
Step 3: Soldering the Ends of Unit of Strip
While soldering u need to work carefully . AS the heat from the rod is to intense n can give you swear burns
BE VERY CAREFUL ! !
Process : when rod is hot , the solder wire is melted on the tip of rod and then placed on the place where the connection is to be created.
AM here testing this small Strip with 6 LED lights , with a 12 volt charger
Step 4: Testing With the Car
Test with the voltage meter what volts does it give (battery of car is mostly at front ,lifting up the bonnet )
After the test I found that battery in my car was of 12.6 Dc volts
So m good to go with Long Strip.
Step 5: Long Strip of LEDs
switch ensures that everything goes perfect .n when ever you want you can switch on or off leds :) :D
isn't it cool.
Select a place in front of car where you want horizontal line of light :D
paste it permanent with industrial glue ..
or just Tape it for temporary .
Just one step , n we are done
Step 6: Connect N Switch on LEDs
Connect the - positive wire From the LEDs to - positive terminal of battery (black one)
Try different Colors of the LEDs , match the color with your car and fly in sky .
BE SAFE !!