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Hi all. I recently bought a PB Challenger and bought a 7inch kings driving light pack. I have had 0 problems wiring the lightbar and spotties using the provided loom, what I'm struggling with is where I'm supposed to wire the 2 worklights that came with it to. I have a dual battery set up in the cargo panel that I want to wire it to, I just can't find a loom to tap into like with the spotties and the high beams.
Can anyone give me a clue what to do?
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When do you want them to come on?
Reversing, tap into the reverse lights to trigger a relay.
As camp lights? Depending on amp draw, a switch wired via a fuse to the house/aux battery.
If they are to be used in conjunction with the spotties, depending on amp draw you may be able to tap directly into that wiring loom.
A micro relay should be sufficient and easily mounted if needed.
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I had planned on just using them with the just switch as a worklight, I would have assumed that's how the premade kings loom would have been made, rather than piggybacking off a light.
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Find out the amp draw and then see if you can get a switch that can handle the required current..
If the required current is too high, use a relay.
A decent multimeter will give you the info you need, or even any documents supplied with the lights might help.
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