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Old 03-09-2012, 02:49 PM
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Just mounted 2 KC Daylighters on my Wrangler by the windshield, and I know most people just get there power straight from the battery. But that's not what I want to do, I want to find a wire that's already inside the jeep that has power going to it when the key is on. I'm on going to run a fuse and a relay with the wires just incase they over load. So long story short where is a hot wire inside that has power going to it when the keys on?

What does it look like, where's it at, and what does that wire power in the first place?

Also how did you guys run the wires inside the jeep? I'm trying to find a way to run them with out making a new hole. Ideas?

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