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Should I run one relay for both lights or one relay to power each light? I am planning on mounting ...

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Old 06-20-2013, 02:09 PM
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Should I run one relay for both lights or one relay to power each light? I am planning on mounting them behind the grille on my 02 Silverado. After I get an answer I may have another question.

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I only have one relay for my lights.... I think.
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One relay should be sufficient. A 30A relay is capable of running up to 360 watts. If the combines wattage is more, get a bigger relay and run the appropriate wiring.


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Im with them. One good relay is fine.
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