It goes to one of the internal fuse boxes.
Hmm, okay so in that case you suggest I intercept the wire at the socket? I'm a bit weary about cutting a factory wire, should I tap into the socket itself?
Does it matter whether I connect the positive turn signal wire to the negative or positive part of the socket? I was thinking as long as the LED strip gets a signal from the turn signal it should override the DRL function.
EDIT: the turn signal function will not work when I connected it to the negative terminal of the battery, just the positive so I answered my own question.
I have another question (sorry Grayfox or anyone who can help) if I want the turn signal to work all the time, I would need to have the LED strip negative wire always connected right? I have only wired them to the parkers. So to make this work, I presume:
Black: ground to the battery (where is the ground for the factory DRL?)
Red: Parker light (Or can I wire this to the DRL wire so that it is full brightness when during the day and dimmer at night?)
Yellow: positive wire to turn signal.
EDIT 2: Sorry I was thinking about it and I don't think I want the LED strip to be visible all the time. There is already factory DRL so no point having it 2. But I still want it to function as a turn signal always and come on when with the parkers. So my final connection should be:
Black: Ground at battery terminal
Red: Parker light
Yellow: Positive wire to turn signal.
I presume having the black wire always connected to ground will not run the battery down without the positive connected? Anyone here think what I'm doing is correct?