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have the harness up in the battery area that they supplied.  What could i tap into that you guys would recommend?

The denali lights are SO DAMN BRIGHT!!!!   WOW oh WOW.   Blinding bright.

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Re: Need power supply that operates with key to tie my Denali lights i
« Reply #1 on: February 24, 2016, 02:29:02 am »
Do you have a pic of where you mounted them?
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Re: Need power supply that operates with key to tie my Denali lights i
« Reply #2 on: February 24, 2016, 02:42:35 am »
Bought the fende mount kit and mounted down on the fork.   I almost mounted under the headlights, but want more separation between headlight and Denali lights for visiablilty to cagers

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Re: Need power supply that operates with key to tie my Denali lights i
« Reply #3 on: February 24, 2016, 06:23:19 am »
Depending on the Power consumption of the lights,
the easiest place to find an Ignition switched power supply
is the Accessory Socket in the Glove Box.

If the lights are "powerful" then use a Relay.

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Re: Need power supply that operates with key to tie my Denali lights i
« Reply #4 on: February 24, 2016, 11:02:57 am »
+1 on using a relay.  Even with LED lights, the super powerful still need a relay setup.
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Re: Need power supply that operates with key to tie my Denali lights i
« Reply #5 on: February 24, 2016, 02:22:33 pm »
I would tap into the headlight (and use a relay) so that they do not come on until the engine is running. 

Blue wire coming from the headlight relay at pin #5 (labeled) would be your trigger for the LED light relay. Relay power (to switch on the LEDs) would come from the battery via a fuse link.
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Re: Need power supply that operates with key to tie my Denali lights i
« Reply #6 on: February 24, 2016, 03:10:26 pm »
Hey Coconut, are you saying the wire is there to tap in or make a plug and plug it in?  I just want a wire to tap into.  If so, do you know the color of the wire in the glove box?

*Originally Posted by Coconut [+]
Depending on the Power consumption of the lights,
the easiest place to find an Ignition switched power supply
is the Accessory Socket in the Glove Box.

If the lights are "powerful" then use a Relay.

Cheers  :821:



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Re: Need power supply that operates with key to tie my Denali lights i
« Reply #7 on: February 24, 2016, 03:11:26 pm »
*Originally Posted by azgman [+]
I would tap into the headlight (and use a relay) so that they do not come on until the engine is running. 

Blue wire coming from the headlight relay at pin #5 (labeled) would be your trigger for the LED light relay. Relay power (to switch on the LEDs) would come from the battery via a fuse link.



Thats a good idea, but then id have to disassemble more to go to that particular area.  Im trying to make it easy

 



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