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Unread 12-06-2012, 08:52 AM   #1
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Lighting Switches

I am planning on getting a roof basket and adding a few more KC 130's. Now from what I have scene, they only come in two packs and I want four up there. When it comes to the switches will I need to run the harnesses for both sets of lights and add two more switches inside cab? I have been looking but have not scene a harness that is wired for four lights?

Any ideas or suggestion?

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Unread 12-06-2012, 09:47 AM   #2
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I believe it is possible to wire multiple relays in parallel to control with a single switch. You will have to search for a diagram to show how to do it properly depending on the setup you want. I left mine separate so that I can turn them on individually if desired.
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I believe it is possible to wire multiple relays in parallel to control with a single switch. You will have to search for a diagram to show how to do it properly depending on the setup you want. I left mine separate so that I can turn them on individually if desired.
Is that an older image or a newer one? The build thread for your upgrade shows these switches as blue. Now they are orange and red (and one reads: "Zombie Lights"?)
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Is that an older image or a newer one? The build thread for your upgrade shows these switches as blue. Now they are orange and red (and one reads: "Zombie Lights"?)
That is a picture of how it looks now. The original switches were blue and red. I have since changed all of the switch covers with ones from "over the river and thru the woods":
http://www.otrattw.com/
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Unread 12-06-2012, 02:38 PM   #5
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You are probably right JS, though now that I am thinking about it more I think I want the two switches and wire the two outer lights together and the two inert ones together for different lighting points. BTW....I am aspiring to get the look you have. I am choosing a basket to add the lights onto.

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