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LED Plate light strip

So I'm getting ready to install a fender eliminator kit which had an led light strip for the plate, but Im not sure how to splice in the led wires. The strip simply has a white/black and a black wire. The kit itself is fairly easy to install, but I've not done much electrical work before so I definitely don't want to screw anything up.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Simple. Black wire goes to ground, the black/white goes to power. Tap into your old license plate light power wire.
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Your existing light probably has one black wire already. Just connect black to black.

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^^what they said, real simple job.

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