Got a High Powered Light Bar or Set of Spotties to install? Do they draw over 244 watts total?
If it does then don't risk a fire by over heating the relay or melting the thin wires of a cheap wiring loom... You need a extra heavy duty wiring loom...
This wiring loom comes with 14 guage wiring, a 60 amp heavy duty relay and a 40 amp inline fuse.
Capable of connecting to either 2 driving / spot lights or a single light bar and comes with 3m of wiring and a simple on /off switch...
If you are after a wiring loom for your new lights then you should carefully check to see whether the one you are thinking of purchasing is capable of doing the job. People spend a lot of money buying a new light to put in their expensive vehicle only to scrimp on the wiring loom. You run the risk of a fire if the wiring is not capable of handling the current being drawn through it by your new high powered lights.
For a little outlay it is like purchasing extra insurance for your vehicle, you can feel safe in knowing that the BB-HD-2way-3m wiring loom is capable of handling the extra current that your lights are drawing from the battery.
You can connect this wiring harness to your high beam circuit but we recommend the services of a auto electrician to do this.
If there is no power getting to your lights please check the following.
1. The positive and negative wires are connected correctly to the 12 volt battrey
2. The positive and negative wires are connected correctly to the lights
3. The relay is seated correctly.
4. The 40 amp fuse isn't blown or not seated correctly
5. If you have disconnected the wires to the back of the on / off switch that they have been replaced correctly
The On / Off switch can easily be replaced with a toggle switch if prefered. Simply disconnect the three wires at the back of the switch and connect in the right order to a toggle switch or similar.