Did you make a new hole for the relays or did you use one that was already there. There is a bunch of different sized holes around that area that seem suitable that I used. I haven't connected the power lead yet. How would you go about doing that lol. Like I said, new to DIY and cars and stuff. I feel like a metal tool going onto the battery terminal is bad news bears...thanks for all the help guys
Ah, I didn't realize you were that new to wrenching. I used existing holes in the radiator support behind the headlights, no extra cutting. You have to disconnect the ground wire on the battery first - that's the black one. Once that's off, there's no electricity running through the Jeep and you won't get shocked. Then you can connect the red power wire from the headlight harness - use a ring terminal crimped onto the end of wire and attach it to the battery at the clamp. Something like this -
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