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Old 05-12-2010, 06:12 PM   #1
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kc head lights

whtas up guys just picked up a set of kc driving lights used but fairly new the guy is giving me with all the wires and switch.. does someone know of a website where i can see a diagram on how to run the wires and stuff?

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Do you mean how to set up the relay?
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Old 05-12-2010, 08:02 PM   #3
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thnx man ill post pics after im done
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Old 05-13-2010, 10:39 PM   #4
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hey im almost done but i ran into a confusion...where do i find a 12volt current in the fuse box? im confused..


http://www.kchilites.com/store/faq/i...s/6315_Web.pdf
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Just find any 12 V sorce in the car.... all u need it for is to switch the relay that is under the hood... when the relay switches it will take the power right from the battery to bring to the kc hilights... just installed mine yesterday....

If u really want to... u take that wire from the switch put it to a cigarette lighter and plug it in when u want them...
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Please don't do that. Mount a nice switch. Make it look professional.
Look above the fuse box, there should be two wires that are not connected but have tags. One says "switched" the othe "unswitched". Use the "switched" one so your lights go off when you turn off the key. Another option would be to tap off of the parking light circuit.
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Old 05-14-2010, 10:08 PM   #7
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thnx guys and i did mount a nice switch to the spare slot next to the defroster
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If you wheel the jeep I would recommend moving them closer to the grill or getting guards. I broke my hella's in the same spot rock crawling. They look awesome tho.
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Thanks for posting the pics Andres. They do look nice, great job!
I will be putting mine on next week. Can't wait to get rid of the old worn out set.
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thanx guys i have to take a pic of the switch..maybe ill do it in the afternoon..haha

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