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Ok so when I bought my car I had this weird red wire running from the positive terminal on my battery.
I didn't think anything of it, and left it alone. Now understand about once a week a check my oil, just to make sure its up (never had to add any so thats good) but a week ago I noticed a bunch of acid build up on the positive connecter around this wire.
So I followed the wire to a weird box, grabbed the serial number and it turned out to be an aftermarket running lights kit. Now, my car came from the US into Canada, and I am assuming that the kit was added to make it legal here? I don't know, but basically my question is this
>Can I remove the wire from the positive terminal and just cut the wires running to the lights? Or is this going to mess with my lights?
I turn my lights on when I drive so the running lights are not even being used.
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This week has been an oddly Lincoln-filled week.
/o/ doesn't talk much about Lincoln, but there are a few fanatics out there. Lincoln is a classic brand that directly rivaled Cadillac as the best luxury option until the '90s. It may not seem so much like it now.
First, I saw a few Lincoln threads. Some of them talked about current Lincoln and what direction it is heading in. I then went on MotorTrend, and saw a large article about Lincoln's future. It mostly criticized the brand, and claimed that Ford was going to replace Lincoln with the Titanium trim package. Lincoln quickly became my classroom doodle theme, as I imagined what type of car would revive the brand.
Then, a day later, I curiously went on Lincoln.com, and I saw this, right on the home page. It really got to me.