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Hey guys i got a light bar and square lights to run on the truck. I was wondering if anyone knew what fuse locations were live so I could turn them on with the vehicle off

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Of course, if you want to git fancy and use relays and fuses to protect each circuit run to the lights, you can use a fuse box like this one off of Amazon fer about $20 shipped. You'll have to provide the fuses, relays, wiring, and connectors to complete the fuse box. ;)

If you don't need the relay capability, you can always just git a fuse box like this fer about $15 shipped. ;)
 

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Of course, if you want to git fancy and use relays and fuses to protect each circuit run to the lights, you can use a fuse box like this one off of Amazon fer about $20 shipped. You'll have to provide the fuses, relays, wiring, and connectors to complete the fuse box. ;)

If you don't need the relay capability, you can always just git a fuse box like this fer about $15 shipped. ;)
I got the package today and luckily the harnesses have built in fuses and the relays are already hooked up. Not bad for 10 bucks.

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The benefit of running off a fuse is that you could have your switch linked to the key circuit so you dont accidentally leave something on and drain the battery. Probably hard to do with light bars but you never know.
 
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