The past few days I have been wiring up my lights. Stock fogs, a rear-facing work light, and wiring for a set of future fog lights. Everything is hooked up and I followed Matt's wiring guide to a "t" but I had to improvise because I was wiring 3 sets opposed to one.
The lights do not come on. The problem is for sure in the switches. At one point they all the switches lit up like they were on but the lights did not. I have been blowing my 12v DC socket fuse (what the switches are connected to) and all my switch fuses.
I made a diagram of my wiring, it is a little confusing but it makes sense. Just follow the wires. The main thing I am having trouble with is the fuse blows. As you can see the switches are 3 amp fuses and the 12v is a 20 amp. With that setup the 3 amps blow. When I switched to a 15 amp fuse in the switches the 20 amp blew. When I switched to a 30 amp 12v fuse the 15 amp fuses blew. I think the 12v is putting out too much power for the switches.
If I put a 3 amp fuse in the 12v DC fuse socket and put all the switches back to 3 amp fuses will it solve the problem or just fry all of them.
I am an electrical novice. I am lost. None of the fuses to the relays are blowing though. I assume all of that is fine. So essentially I need to know what setup I need to be running for the switches.
THANKS A MILLION FOR ANY HELP. I'M AT A TOTAL LOSS.