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View Poll Results: How are your lights wired?
into the high beams, so when the high beams are on the aux lights are on 0 0%
seperate switch 18 81.82%
I dont have any aux lights 4 18.18%
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How do you have your aux lights wired?

Id like to see how others have wired theirs. I wired mine into a seperate switch as I didnt want to mess around with the trucks wiring. Also, its nice to have different 'levels' of light, Like low beems, high beems, then the KC's
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I wired mine into a seperate switch as I didnt want to mess around with the trucks wiring. Also, its nice to have different 'levels' of light, Like low beems, high beems, then the KC's
Yeah that is why I wired my seperately. I didn't want to mess with the factory wiring.
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Whelen switch panel with the second push button controlling the forward facing O/R lights. 3rd button in is going to control side and rear O/R lights. last two control flash pattern and high / low power of my strobes. 3 position slide switch controls the strobes (pos 1: rear +side, Pos 2: rear side and front strobes, Pos 3 does rear side front and red lights + lightbar when that gets mounted).
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roll bar lights are on two switches, but are connected to vehicle high beams.
grill guard lights are on one switch, connected to low beams.
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switch made it easy
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