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I can almost answer this question myself. But it's the only slot on my fuse box that it DOES work. where else should i try a connection for AC continuous?
 

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OK I'm confused. Tail lights should only work when the headlights are turned on. Do the brake lights work when the pedal is depressed or the blinkers/hazards are engaged? The terminal location labeled battery should provide constant 12V from the battery, but I don't think that is what you need/want.
 

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I have the Digi-Tails 1100167R - Sequential LED Tail Light Panel Kit on my 68 Camaro. This kit requires a dedicated 12 vdc battery supplied voltage to each light assembly to operate. I had to run a new wire from the tail lights to the fuse box and plug it into the BAT terminal. I tested the lights using a lawn mower battery positioned in the trunk. If that new additional wire is not used and connected to battery power (fuse box BAT terminal), lights do not work properly.
 

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Changed out all the old fuses, cleaned the contacts and used the "fused" battery contact clip. working perfectly, like new and super bright!
 

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Great. I loved the looks of mine when I tested them in the garage. Can't wait to get our car finished up. Getting close with dash about 20% finished. Just a lot of small things to do.
 

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night and day isn't it? I have the front turn signals and dome lights on the way from Digi-tails, I'll post how they look when I have everything in....also going to get a good headlight...
 
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