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post #1 of 2 Old 02-02-2011, 11:06 AM Thread Starter
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Mopar offroad lights

Hello.
My next upgrade is purschasing this Mopar Offroad lights kit.

I am curios to ask people that have already installed thoose or have the serial on the Rally edition.
How you turn them on?
I mean where is the switch? On the high/low beam switch or separate one?
Can you turn only the offroad lights?

Thank you
P.s. Ooops, wrong section, can an moderator move it to the correct one. thank you!

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post #2 of 2 Old 02-02-2011, 10:15 PM
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Hi Cloud!
I have purchased the Mopar off road lights for my Compass.
I will only install them next spring 'cause it's too cold here in Quebec.
But I can answer your questions!

Wiring harnesses come with the lights. So you have an OEM rocker switch to install at the left of the dash. It has the off road lights symbol on it and a orange led.

The instructions show how to wire the lights. At some point, you have a trigger wire that you have to tap in to your high beam positive wire. This way, you can only turn on your off roads when you're on your high beams.

But what I will do is to put this trigger wire to a constant 12V+ source. That way, the off roads will be completely independant.

Hope that helps!


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