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Light switch help easy one for mose ppl ;)

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danialsmith

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what switch do i need to get for my light??????

Like the amps and watts and volts????

this all the info i have on my light.
i dont want to brake it by getting the wrounge switch ;( thanks for the help ;)


danial smith


url
http://infotechnow.com/Merchant2/me..._Code=ISI&Product_Code=KO13&Category_Code=CLE



NEON LIGHT KIT 13"

Code: KO13
Price: $19.99
Shipping Weight: 2.00 pounds

Dimensions : .5" x 13"

4-pin Connector

Super Easy Installation

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I have the wight one but it will look nice after i put my custem cut red mear at the bottem ;)
 

Iron Hawk

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If you put the swith after the molex but before the inverter, all you need is a 12v switch. Most switches will be rated at 25vdc+ so voltage should not be a problem. Im not sure about the amperage, however 5a should be plenty, however the more the better.

A simple SPST on-off switch from radioshack should do just fine.
 

Iron Hawk

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stool said:
Almost any 12v switch you can find at auto parts stores will work great, too.

Yep, just walk into any appropriate store and explain to somone somewhat knowledgable what you want to do, they will be able to get you the right part.
 
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danialsmith

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sweat thanks for the grate info im on my way to get get a switch ;) im happy now ;)

O ya how do i wire it in???? what coloer wires and do i do it befor the box or after the lil gray box???
 

Prodius613

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you wire it between the plug and the box not the light and the box

simple cut one wire in half and put the switch in the midle to join the wire back together