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Old 05-12-2013, 01:11 PM   #1
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Super 4x4 lights

My 91 YJ have a set of 4 flood lights on top. The PO did not connect them. Does anyone knows what kind of fuse do they need? Does anyone have installation instructions? They wires are run as far as I can tell.

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Old 05-12-2013, 02:08 PM   #2
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What is the wattage rating of each light? What size is the wire running from the battery to the light setup? Is there a relay wired in for the lights or is it directly wired from the battery to the switch, then from the switch to the lights?

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What is the wattage rating of each light? What size is the wire running from the battery to the light setup? Is there a relay wired in for the lights or is it directly wired from the battery to the switch, then from the switch to the lights?
They do not have any markings on the outside indicating specifications. I'll take one apart tomorrow.

The wire does not have any marking but it looks like a 12 ga. There is only a switch and the lights are connected directly from the battery to the switch to the lights. Scary

Here is a picture of the wire under the hood. It is disconnected.
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Old 05-12-2013, 02:45 PM   #4
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What is the wattage rating of each light? What size is the wire running from the battery to the light setup? Is there a relay wired in for the lights or is it directly wired from the battery to the switch, then from the switch to the lights?
No fuse No relay

Are halogen? If they are halogen they will at least 55 watt and maybe 100. My hellas are 100 watt and I am running a 20 amp fuse and relay.
Here is a diagram on how I did mine with a fuse and relay.
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No fuse No relay

Are halogen? If they are halogen they will at least 55 watt and maybe 100. My hellas are 100 watt and I am running a 20 amp fuse and relay.
Here is a diagram on how I did mine with a fuse and relay.
Looks like I have some parts to buy. I'll check the lightbulbs tomorrow.

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no problem....where you at in southern Europe????? Other wise an in line fuse is pretty common and only about 5 bucks at the local parts store.....same thing with the relay....6 or 7 bucks
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no problem....where you at in southern Europe????? Other wise an in line fuse is pretty common and only about 5 bucks at the local parts store.....same thing with the relay....6 or 7 bucks
I'm in Spain. I am going to replace the wire that goes from the battery to the relay since it does not look healthy.
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Took one apart today and the lightbulbs are 55 watts.

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