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post #1 of 5 Old 12-10-2019, 08:36 PM Thread Starter
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HighBeam Light Bar splice

Has anyone wired there light bar to there HighBeam switch, I want it as simple as possible . I'm trying to have it so I don't need a new switch and I can use the highbeams switch as a switch for the light bar.

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post #2 of 5 Old 12-10-2019, 10:33 PM
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I imagine you could activate the light bar by tapping into the high beam relay. However, it may cause problems since the relay and fuse were never intended to carry the load for both the high beams and the light bar. I would just wire a separate switch, relay, and fuse. It's only a flick of a switch.
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Tap into the high beam and use that as the power source for a switch. Have that switch trigger a relay and have that relay drive the light bar. Then when you need to switch off the high beam and the light bar all you have to do is pull the normal arm, but the light bar doesn't have to be on every time the high beams are on.

If for whatever reason you do always want the light bar on with the high beams just have the high beam wire trigger a relay that supplies power to the light bar.

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Check out the wiring diagram near the bottom of this page: https://ck5.com/forums/resources/wir...ing-lights.36/ The factory wiring colors are probably different, since that project was on a Suburban, but the switch and relay wiring will be the same. Just connect your light bar to the "driving lights" circuit in the diagram.
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post #5 of 5 Old 12-11-2019, 05:12 PM
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I'm wiring my driving lights that way. Connect the relay trigger to the high beam fuse (either left or right side) using one of these piggyback fuse connectors. DON"T wire your lights up directly without using a relay.

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