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10-26-2013 04:05 AM
85CJ
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Originally Posted by jackor View Post
install one yourself. I installed one but for a different purpose. I have it cut off power to the relays on different lights so with oncoming traffic, it doesn't matter what extra lighting I have on, clicking that one switch turns off all lights that need to go off. Gives me the feeling of driving like it's 1975 again.
Lol, yes, it does feel like driving back then. I wish they never moved it from the floor to the steering column. I like your idea of a kill switch for your extra lights! I do not like messing with a vehicle's electric system, but if someone had instructions/pics, I'm sure I could rig it up. If not, the next time I have a mod done at my trusted shop, I'll see if they can rig one up.

I just get tired of basically leaving my hand on the high beam switch when the left foot is available! The back twisty mountain roads I live on can be a pain and always try to keep the high beams on for the deer and bears!!
10-26-2013 03:19 AM
jackor install one yourself. I installed one but for a different purpose. I have it cut off power to the relays on different lights so with oncoming traffic, it doesn't matter what extra lighting I have on, clicking that one switch turns off all lights that need to go off. Gives me the feeling of driving like it's 1975 again.
10-26-2013 01:58 AM
85CJ
High beam floorboard switch

Has anyone have or heard of a floorboard high beam switch for Jeeps? I am sick and tired of using the steering wheel mounted switch while my left foot just sits there doing nothing, and sometimes both hands need to stay on the wheel!

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