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#6409004 - 08/15/16 12:11 PM 21" 120W LED light bar on ATV wiring?
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I have a Polaris with 2 30 watt lights. I want to add or replace them with a LED spot/flood combo. I want to use the existing switch but do not want to overload it. My wiring diagram does not list the amp rating for the switch. Not sure if a relay is necessary but they are cheap enough so just to be safe I was going to use one.

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#6409031 - 08/15/16 12:36 PM Re: 21" 120W LED light bar on ATV wiring? [Re: Stump_jumper]
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Meh, use the relay. In my experience, Polaris tends to underwire their stuff. Just use the factory switch as the signal for the relay, and never have to worry about it.

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#6409070 - 08/15/16 01:00 PM Re: 21" 120W LED light bar on ATV wiring? [Re: Shotgun Willie]
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Originally Posted By: Shotgun Willie
Meh, use the relay. In my experience, Polaris tends to underwire their stuff. Just use the factory switch as the signal for the relay, and never have to worry about it.
that was my thought too. Better to be safe when it comes to a $5 part and a little wire.

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