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1/8 drill bit
#10 sheet metal screw
½” Wire Loom
Switch of your choice
A pic of the parts
Wire and connectors for the lights
The switch for the lights, this will be cut off later
Positive wire to power the lights, connects to battery terminal
Ground for the relay and the lights
Install the lights on the bumper
There is a hole near the battery, perfect for running the wires to the lights
The wires are secured, also I added ½” wire loom to the unprotected wires on the back of the lights, and from the plug to the plasic wire cover, I don’t understand why they left a gap from this side of the plug. The connectors are huge and white, I covered them with electrical tape to make them black and more waterproof.
The bracket for the grill provides a great place to tie up the loose wires
Drill a 1/8 hole to attached the relay
#10 Sheet metal screw fits perfect
Take out the ground bolt and bolt in the negative wires
Cut off the switch. Now the wires left that are attached to the relay; the black wire (ground) goes to the fender ground, the white wire is the positive from the switch to the relay. The black wire can be use as the wire for your switch ground or cut it off and use a ground in the cabin.
Run the white wire into the cabin through the firewall. Run the black if you are going to use it.
It comes out here under the driver side dash.
Connect the white wire to the battery terminal
Wire your switch, make sure you connect the white to the power out on the switch. The other black wire, can be cut off if you are going to ground out the switch within the cabin or you can use the wire to ground the switch to under the hood (where the other end is). It doesn’t matter which you choose.
Fuse Panel for switch wiring
Image of the wire Harness I noted for a member