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Old 06-09-2010, 02:44 PM   #1
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how to power lights

i was told i could use the connection in the back of my jeep where my wiring harness is for the hard top wiring for lights. i just dont know what wire is power and which one is ground, if there is a ground wire. thanx in advance

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Red usually means power and brown is ground. I haven't really looked at the hardtop wires to tell you the truth. But it wouldn't hurt to take a multimeter to the to fine out.
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