I bought new lights for my condo which is about 30 years old. There was recessed lighting and I am going to take it out and replace it with a new fixture. The old recpetical was metal, had 2 wires going into it (both brown not black or white), and metal conduit that was connected to the metal receptical. The new fixture has the standard black, white, and ground for the connections. I was planning on finding out which brown wire in the place has continuity from the hot wire on the switch, attaching the ground to the metal conduit, and then which ever brown wire is left use that as the neutral (white wire) connection. Would this be the right way to wire this? Is it ok to ground it to the metal conduit since my wiring does not have a ground wire? Should I have my wiring looked at? Any help would be appreciated on how I should wire this. I asked a few people and nobody is sure on what I should do.