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Old 12-10-2013, 09:12 PM
chrisnarron chrisnarron is offline
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Originally Posted by Iqudayo View Post
I would love to see how you did this I can use (borrow) your idea I have lights to hook up and no other good spots, I can use that spot to run my emergency lights (blue lights) it's not a switch that is easy to reach possibly for my air horn. please give us details you have a great idea at hand
Heres a few pics of my set up. the top piece is the wireless receiver that communicates with the homelink. more or less you program it just like a garage door receiver. i then use the out puts to power the two relays below. i do that by giving the relays positive 12v from my fuse panel. i then break the ground with the out put from the receiver. when it powers up it switches the states of my relays. i use the relays to break the power of my lights. one relay is for front lights and one for the rear. i dont have good pics of the rear but all together the rear has two light bars in the window. 4 hideaway leds in the tail lights, two lights on the reciever hitch and 4 micro leds under the tailgate. i used the sho-me flasher pictured for some of the leds.












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