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Old 12-28-2013, 06:28 PM   #1
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Light bar wiring help needed

Got two light bars for Christmas and they are nice but they don't have any instructions on how to wire them. All they have is a positive and a negative wire. Anybody have a diagram or the know how to do this correctly? Help?

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Basic wiring, run to switch then to ground, power etc. I also put in a fuse.

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Old 12-28-2013, 06:32 PM   #3
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You can either create your own harness using what switch you want, relay, and fused power lead....or you can purchase a harness from companies like KC that have everything you need in the kit.
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he doesn't make yj stuff
Sorry great product
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Some autoparts stores have a wiring harness, like KC, that has the relay, fuse, and switch. Then just follow the diagram above, make sure you have a good ground for the light.
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Some autoparts stores have a wiring harness, like KC, that has the relay, fuse, and switch. Then just follow the diagram above, make sure you have a good ground for the light.
do you know what store?

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