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Unread 03-28-2013, 08:50 PM   #1
ZJNewbi3
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Wire AUX Reverse Light

I have a 55W lamp I want to mount as a auxiliary reverse light. I'm not new to electrical things but I just want to make sure I'm doing this right. Can anyone post instructions on how to safely mount+wire the light? Can you include things like:
How to mount into factory bumper?
What gauge of wire to use?
Type of relay to use?
Type of switch to use?

Just to be clear, I want my light to go on ONLY when the switch is turned on, NOT with the reverse lights. It'll only get used when I'm up north, don't need it in the city.

1995 5.2L ZJ!

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