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Old 11-21-2007
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so if i run a 20amp fuse from the battery to the relay or should i go up to a 30amp?

If you're only going to run the 100w lights listed then a 20 amp fuse should be fine...100w x2 @ 14.5V = 13.8 total amps. Just make sure you use good solid connections and if you're using push on spade connections such as at the relay or barrel connectors on the wiring put a dab of dielectric grease on the bare wire ends first to keep any corrosion down.
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yeah i will be using spade terminals but from the lights to the wiring i will be soldering everything, heat shrinking and looming it all up.
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REV... yeah that was an old diagram, I have since re wired everything. The diagram you have is what i have now. A fuse for just the switch and a fuse for the lights(fogs now)
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