Hey there, I'm new to this forum and to owning a Civic. I plan to introduce myself in the intro section after I finish a few more things with my new car. However, I'm encountering a problem with wiring my LEDs. I'm using the fuse box to avoid splicing into any wiring for the sake of my warranty (I can undo a fuse box installation fairly quickly if I need to take it in or something) but I'm having a hard time wiring it so my LEDs only have power when the key is turned. I have tapped into fuse 12, 27, and even 11 (front acc, middle console acc, and moonroof) in attempts to only gain power when the key is turned. However, my LEDs are still drawing power from these fuse locations when the key is not turned. The actual accessory is not, though - only the LEDs are drawing power. For example, when tapped into my moonroof fuse the key still must be turned for the moonroof to work, but the LEDs will draw power out of the same fuse port when the key is not in. This may be completely normal but I'm rather new to fuse boxes and may be overlooking something simple. I assume I'm doing something incorrectly because my hardware appears to be operating correctly. I am using an "add a fuse" device and it's plugged into the fuse box how most guides demonstrate. I'm rather new to working on car electronics but other hobbies have taught me a good amount about wiring and electricity in general. I've read many guides on how to wire LEDs but I'm still missing something that is really going to create an inconvenience. Any help would be great. I've tried experimenting with various options trying to make sure I'm not forgetting something, but I'm hesitant to try too much in case I damage my wiring or any active circuits.