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10-05-2012 09:25 AM
nmdesertrat Thanks guys.Lights didn't get here yet. Maybe today.
10-04-2012 06:16 AM
MacCTD
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Originally Posted by nmdesertrat View Post
My Hella 500FF lights should be here tomorrow. I plan on using a power source from the fuse box for the on/off switch. I got a 10 amp add-a circuit from Autozone. Let me see if I can get this straight... In my fuse box, ('13 JK) M-9 and M-14 are empty. They are both hot with the ignition on. Both slots call for a 20 amp fuse. My thinking is...Since the slots are empty I do not have to add a 20 amp fuse to the add-a circuit. Just a 10 amp fuse in the top slot of the add-a-circuit and I will be OK.?
I only used the top slot, 10 amp fuse, I used M9 for my switched power for the relay for my light install.
10-03-2012 10:30 PM
introsystems I used the add a fuse, but only to get ignition power. I still ran main power from the battery. I tapped into the trailer hookup, I installed 2 130W KC driving lights with a relay. Just make sure your using a relay, wouldnt' risk installing without.
10-02-2012 12:51 PM
nmdesertrat
Add-a Fuse question

My Hella 500FF lights should be here tomorrow. I plan on using a power source from the fuse box for the on/off switch. I got a 10 amp add-a circuit from Autozone. Let me see if I can get this straight... In my fuse box, ('13 JK) M-9 and M-14 are empty. They are both hot with the ignition on. Both slots call for a 20 amp fuse. My thinking is...Since the slots are empty I do not have to add a 20 amp fuse to the add-a circuit. Just a 10 amp fuse in the top slot of the add-a-circuit and I will be OK.?

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