They are regular nozzles that function normally but have leds at the end of them. You buy them, shouldn't be more than $20. They replace your stock nozzles and you hook them up to your 12 volt power source. They connect to it via ground wires. (red & black)
I have mine for sale if you want. $15 + shipping and its yours. They are blue in color and I already wrapped the wires, they are ready to be mounted.
I have red washer lights on my p10. I took the new washers and switched them with the old ones. Then you take the red wires and hook to postive battery post and black to the negative or another ground.
I wired a switch to the middle console by the power window switches, I ran the wires throught hood to the door and down. Then under the plastic on the bottom back and up through the console.
I just got some windshield washer nozzels too. They were pretty easy to replace. You've got to pull of the hoses attached to the nozzels. Then get a pair of pliars and tug on the bottem of the old nozzle. They kind of pop off. I'm sure you could figure out putting the new ones in. Hooking up the red and the black wires is a different story. I want to make it so they turn on when I turn on my head lights. Just don't know how? If I hook them up to the battery they'll always be on. Anyone know?:asian:
Hey man, it's his car. If he wants neon nozzles, let him get neon nozzles. I don't agree with it either, but that's why I make sure to keep stuff like that off MY car, and not worry when I see it on others' cars.
If he wants to put em on leave him to it and help him out with things not slander him!!.. its quite suprising that you think they are ricey, here in the uk they are just starting to get popular... if they are put on a nice car they do nothing but completment it when litup in the dark...
Hahaha he says that cuz here in the US, they are common and often, found on trashy cars. I mean... people spend $20 buck on windshield washer nozzles instead of spending the money on a car wash. People prioritize funny....