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Old 06-06-2006, 10:21 AM   #1
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Overhead lights -- power wire routing

Tried posting in YJ with no luck....... Recently added a set of lights to my overhead wilderness rack. Looking for the best path of routing the power feed. I'm down the support to the windshield hinge and looking for a clean way to bring it to under the dash.

How have you run your wiring?

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Old 06-06-2006, 11:25 AM   #2
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No one is ignoring you, just don't have my YJ here to be able to talk intelligently to you. I have a friend in the club with a YJ that mounted, and wired, a light bar across the top of the Jeep. I just didn't pay any attention to where he ran his wires. Is there room to run the wires through the seal where the windshield folds? Seems like that is where he ran it to the inside. Sorry I can't be of any more help than that. My YJ is supposed to done sometime this week, but I have been hearing that for the last 3 weeks.

I would think that someone has wired some outer lights on a YJ on here. Just be patient.

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If you fold down the windshield, you'll see that it's hollow on the inside; what you can do is drill a small hole at the top (IE where the light bar bracket already drills in), put a weather-proof gromet in there (these are the ones that requrie you to punch a small hole for each wire) to prevent rust, and run the wires inside the windshield frame down to the dash area, from there you know what to do
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