Footwell lights help needed

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I'm thinking about doing some foot well lighting. I saw that I already have some already installed by Toyota. The problem is the control. They turn on and off by the door. Is there a possible way to control them by the lock and unlock status of the car?

I kinda like the lights. They are not really bright, but they are so well integrated, and I like that.




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I dont have a link. They are preinstalled by Toyota. I havent bought or installed them.
I'm talking about these:


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If needed I make a photo of the lights.
 

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Ah, ok. Yeah, I think we're missing the entire wiring for it in the US. I installed the OPT7 Aura bluetooth kit from Amazon. Works great.

Used the OEM light fixture holes as pass-through for the wires and installed the remaining two strips under the rear metal brace bar.

I have it set to a low/dim orange setting (like the rest of the interior lights) and it's always on once the door is opened and turns off 6 minutes after exiting.
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Any part numbers?

I think those are pre-wired and installed on non-US cars only.
Maybe its 81080WAA01 but im not sure.
Yeah I think I have heard something like that.

Ah, ok. Yeah, I think we're missing the entire wiring for it in the US. I installed the OPT7 Aura bluetooth kit from Amazon. Works great.

Used the OEM light fixture holes as pass-through for the wires and installed the remaining two strips under the rear metal brace bar.

I have it set to a low/dim orange setting (like the rest of the interior lights) and it's always on once the door is opened and turns off 6 minutes after exiting.
Looks great! Can you tell me how exactly you connected it. Where did you get the electricity? What Supra cable did you tap, to connect your kit?

I'm pretty new to that kind of things... Would appreciate some help on that.
 

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Looks great! Can you tell me how exactly you connected it. Where did you get the electricity? What Supra cable did you tap, to connect your kit?

I'm pretty new to that kind of things... Would appreciate some help on that.
Sorry for the late reply.

Been helping my mom with a house purchase and moving, so I haven't had the chance to look as I don't remember which fuse I tapped into.

I'll have to get back under there to remove that panel and see...
 
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I used F46 for power and F62 for the door assist (white light when you get in)
 

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Yup, F62. The wires can be zip tied and tucked in along the back edge of the carpeting. I used a trim removal tool to poke the wires and hide them throughout the installation.
 

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