Hey I'm going to be wiring up my CB, Off road lights and Backup lights to this module tomorrow. Just want to know if anyone has used this module and if you guys have any pointers or anything to look out for. Thanks DDGETHS
It is an after market fuses panel that give you 3 hot connections and 4 ignition operated connections (only comes on when the ign. is on. It is a easier way to wire up things so that you don't have all of these wires going everywhere. DDGETHS
Here is a link to the page for the water proof version. BIGINUF, I have some pics from these weekend. I will send you..
The none water proof one is 43 bucks. Just hit the back button to see it.. Hope this helps
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Hey Marc, this thing was super easy to wire up.. For me to say super easy that's saying something.. The installation instruction or right on.. The biggest problem is finding a place to mount it. I mounted it just under the steering column. Already have my CB wired up and my backup lights.
Did you have to pull a wire through the firewall, If so how big or what gauge wire? If not where did you tap power from?? I guess you mounted it on the inside of the firewall up above the pedals??? It seems the non-waterproof model mounted on the inside of the truck is a good idea, no sense in wasting cash on a waterproof one.
My thoughts exactly about the none waterproof one.. I'll send you a pic of where it is mounted and where I pasted the wires at. But I will try to explain it. Just to the left of the steering Col. about 6" or so up. There is a black rubber plug that is covering up a hole in the cab. Following the instructions I cut a X in it from under the hood and passed my wires thru it. Very easy. AS far as hooking up the wires or power for the module. There is a red 10 gauge wire that goes to the battery and a small pink one that you use to tap into the ingition wire with (blue 10 gauge wire coming out of the steering column). I'm going to hit Wally World here in a few mintues to pick up some silicone so that i can seal up that rubbber boot just incase. Hope that helps.. Pete
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