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Unread 07-14-2013, 09:10 PM   #1
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High beam signal side wire color

I'm hooking up a set of lights to double up on my high beams. I have all the wiring hooked up to the relay except the signal side.

I'm curious if there's a place on the JK where I can hook up the signal wire, or if I should just tie it in to the high beam?


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Unread 07-16-2013, 04:37 AM   #2
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i think the mopar kit pulls the signal from the high beam to power the switch to power on the lights

step 38 seems to reference what you are looking for

If you look at the DIY up top there is a fuse under the hood you could use to power a switch that way you do not have to have the high beams on to run the AUX lights


I used the under hood switched power to power my switches to fire up relays for my lights and OBA have the Rugged Ridge A pillar switch panel but take time so it does not turn into a mess of wires going all over
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