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Need help! Rigid lights wiring into stock fogs

Need help! Rigid lights wiring into stock fogs

I bought a set of Rigids Spot lights to replace my stock fog lights on my JKU. Im sure I can wire directly into original light harness or I can just run it into S-Pod.

How have you guys installed this or what do you recommend?

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A lot of guys have had success just wiring into the stock harness. I suggest you try it first by running jumpers from the harness to the lights. If it doesn't work then wire them to the sPod.
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A lot of guys have had success just wiring into the stock harness. I suggest you try it first by running jumpers from the harness to the lights. If it doesn't work then wire them to the sPod.
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A lot of guys have had success just wiring into the stock harness. I suggest you try it first by running jumpers from the harness to the lights. If it doesn't work then wire them to the sPod.
Yup excellent advice.

Iím one of those that wired directly to the harness without problems. Although they are not rigidís (Baja Designs) they are very similar.
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I tried directly to harness and when I turned them off they started flickering. I just wired them directly to S-Pod and their great.

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I tried directly to harness and when I turned them off they started flickering. I just wired them directly to S-Pod and their great.

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