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How to Wire Off-Road Lights for Jeep Wrangler JK & Other Models


We will show you step by step how to install our #6308 wiring harness onto Jeep JK and other models so that you can easily wire off-road lights. This wiring harness installation guide applies to Jeeps and other vehicles that you can put off road lights onto. It's pretty simple to do, but can be awfully frightening for those who aren't used to working on electrical systems.

In this video, we used a Jeep Wrangler to demonstrate how to wire off-road lights, and specifically we used our Gravity LED Pro6 lights with amber covers as you see at the end of the video.

Wiring Harness for Two Lights with 2-Pin Deutsch Connectors - KC #6308

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