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Hi All,

I have a 2014 JK and I want to add 5x 7 Inch LED Light Bars (Spot) across the top of the wind shield for some extra driving light. I have already installed a rugged ridge light bar across the top.

These are the lights I am looking at:



By my calculations:
Amps = Watts / Volts = (5x36)/12 = 15amps

Would one relay and fuse (20amp) be sufficient?
Such as:



Or should I run two relays? If so then My next question is there any advice on wring two relays to one switch?

Any advice or recommendations (products or wiring) would be greatly appreciated!

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Darren

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That wiring harness you linked to is rated to a max of 15amps. I'd be going higher than that you give yourself more protection if your lights are going to be around 15amps as you suggest.

I run 4 Stedi 40W (2.1A) LED spot lights across the top of mine with a single 40amp relay and 30amp fuse without any problems.

Maybe you can find some wiring harnesses here that may be more suitable. They are Australian and super fast posting items.

https://www.stedi.com.au/wiring/driv...ring-kits.html
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