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How is everyone wiring their lights in their cars?

i used a painless 8 circuit block and it's giving me more problems than its work. i am thinking of going to a fused terminal strip. any suggestions?
 

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Hey Alex,
We just run a Tyco 40 amp relay on our car for the headlights
And another one for the brake and tail it supplies power before the switches.
They are pretty nice they have like a 6' lead for the power out and power in has a built in fuse. We get em from Procharger.

BTW thanks for the back up in the midwest section over on tech

Brent
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Hey Alex,
We just run a Tyco 40 amp relay on our car for the headlights
And another one for the brake and tail it supplies power before the switches.
They are pretty nice they have like a 6' lead for the power out and power in has a built in fuse. We get em from Procharger.

BTW thanks for the back up in the midwest section over on tech

Brent
EPP
Thanks, I have some tyco's with the leads in the tool box.

No worries, i would have kept goign but those guys gave me a headache. it's like talking 3rd graders.
 

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that's bad ass... but i just need something simple for my headlights, tail lights, and brake lights. I already have a spaghetti menders systems for all the car vitals.
Why don't you have or get a lights "module" from SM?
 
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