Pre Work is the key and sometimes that is not enough sometimes luck is your best friend,If there is no access to get above,or if you are between floors, 1st it is best to know wich way the joists are running even then contractors but boards in for stronger support, they can be a problem themselves, 2nd use a stud finder to locate the joists you need to how to use this tool or have someone do it, who works with one a lot, I am sure you have an a plan where you want the lights to go, put electrial tape on the ceiling where you want the pots to go, then from the farthest distance use the stud finder to see how much wood will be in the way and start working toward the wall where the switch will be installed to control the lights, getting the wire from the ceiling down to the switch a lot of times you have to make a hole there. then you should have drill bit extensions to allow you to drill into the joists for the wire to be fished thru it is not uncommon for the bit and extenstion to get stuck in the joists and they are left up there. The goal is to go from pot to pot without putting holes in the ceiling, however it is not uncommon to have to make a hole, if you have plaster ceilings, you are going to make a mess, just a heads up, drywall can be fixed, if you have textured ceilings they can be matched a lot of times however the whole ceiling has to be repainted. One other item to remember is this is not a one hour job plan to be there quite a while just getting the wire from the pots to the wall could take hours. Depending on how many pots you are putting in sometimes it is eaiser to run two cables rather than one cable to the wall.
Not possible without ripping doors and wiring apart - don't waste your time and money
how do I install a trailer lights to a Honda 1998
U-Haul sells a kit with instructions
Most auto parts stores have wiring kits that you can just plug into your factory wiring without any trouble. Check with your local auto parts dealers
The wiring is not there. You need to install the harness. Buy a shop manual. I bought aftermarket fog lamps that came with install instructions but it's too complex to write up here. Try a google search
no tail lights no dash lights no radio
very easy .I bought my wires on eBay ,,,the trailer harness plugs right into your lights no cutting at all
where do you find the replacement bulb for a 2001 Chevy Malibu ls for fog light replace ment on the car
http://www.handa-accessories.com/odyssey/05tow.pdf Detailed diagram and instructions on install of hitch wiring.
Just get a wiring harness form e-trailer for about $30 it is easy to install has instructions with it. Wayne
Try Here: http://www.suspensionconnection.com/cgi-bin/suscon/7208.html. Instructions come with the kit.
Working fog lights are important to have a car for safe driving. The wiring diagram for the fog lights of a Toyota Avensis can be found in the maintenance manual.
Most auto parts stores have wiring diagrams for a 97 Geo Metro. This includes wiring diagrams for the brake light, head lights, and much more.
Probably a loose wire or a short in the wiring that powers the dashboard lights. Also check the fuses and the wiring to and from them.
Bulbs, switch or wiring
The wiring diagram for an F350 exterior lights can be found on most search engines. Most auto parts stores, also provide diagrams for the exterior lights of a F350 in-store.
Fuse, wiring, bulbs
If you do not have working tail lights on your GMC vehicle it may be an issue with the wiring or your lights may be burned out.
You have probably gotten a wire hooked up wrong and blown a fuse. Double check the instructions for the wiring, and then check all fuses.
The receptacles in your house wiring are examples of parallel wiring. Examples of series wiring in your house are light switches that turn on the lights.
Outdoor lights are an essential part of any home. Outdoor lights can enhance your home experience by enabling your family to dine, sit or play outside in the evenings. Outdoor lights also keep your family safe from potential burglars. Outdoor lights play an important role but are often forgot about by the majority of home owners. In the past, purchasing and installing outdoor lights become a tedious, and complicated process. Finding the right outdoor light set took a long time due to establishing what would fit and how it would be wired correctly to the house. Wiring and installation were the two biggest hurdles that first needed to be overcome to install outdoor lights onto a home. If the lights had not been installed when the house was first built, the wiring and installation process could take weeks and thousands of dollars. In some circumstances, walls would have to be removed or roof modifications would have to be made to accommodate a specific outdoor light set. In the past ten years, solar lights have revolutionized the lighting industry, specifically outdoor lights the most. This is due to the fact that solar outdoor lights do not require any type of wiring in the house. Solar outdoor lights can be hung anywhere and installed virtually anywhere without the concern of destroying or modifying your home during the installation process. Better yet, since solar outdoor lights do not have any long, thick wires, solar lights are cheaper to purchase too. Since no wiring or intricate installation is required, it takes installers less time to put lights in at a home. This means that the homeowner will save money. Some solar outdoor light sets are so simple to install the homeowner can install, hang or plant them in their home themselves without the need of an electrician or handyman. Solar outdoor lights have changed the lighting industry and has provided homeowners with a cheaper and better solution to their lighting needs.
check the wiring. its probably shot
Bad switch. Open wiring between switch and lights.
that suburban to nice a truck to splicing wires pimpn get the wiring harness . play it safe nate dawgg do not want you to go up in smoke.