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Switch Pros Install help

Discussion in 'Lighting' started by Grendel, Feb 13, 2018.

  1. Feb 13, 2018 at 5:18 PM
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    Grendel

    Grendel [OP] New Member

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    I just picked up a switch pros 9100 (For my questions it probably applies to the 8100).


    1. I won 2 pair of Rigid Hi/Lo at Tundras to Sedona last year and I am finally mounting them. I want to keep the Hi/Lo function (yes, I know the 9100 does it too) I will have to use two switches and I am fine with that. My question is: What do I connect to the switch pro? Coming from the lights are three wires Black (ground), Red, red/white. I assume red will be high and red/white is low (or vise/versa) and there is an inline fuze. Do I cut the red wire before fuze connect both reds together and wire to 1 switch on pro then do the same same for red/white. Or do I connect after the fuze?

    2. Similar question. I am mounting reverse lights and have the reverse harness from rigid. What do I connect to pro to achieve 1 switch activates reverse one switch activates on? the instruction states that there is a single pull double throw function. (will I be able to have this on one switch using this or do I need to connect to 2 switches?

    3. This is a tundra specific: what color wires do I "splice" into for ignition and running lights? I have a 2016 Pro incase the wires are different between models. I am a novice but not scared to try things out, so please be patient.
     

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