Then that 'installer' shouldn't be anywhere near anything as complex as a Lego set.Nice setup. I'm reluctant to add any aftermarket lights to my 2019 Forester Sport because I had a terrible experience before. Basically I forgot to turn off my fog light and it drained my car battery. The installer didn't know how to make the fog lights work ONLY while engine is running. Is your setup allows the lights on only while the engine is on? Since these powerful lights uses lots of battery power, it makes sense to have them on only while engine is running.
Thanks for the tip...been so busy building other peoples Campervans haven't had time to even look; sure it won't be any big deal, I do a lot of car electrical for campervans so I will look where you suggest. Once I figure it out I will post details so others can do the same set up. I already found an easy way to run it to the battery...so now I only have to run the switch to the inside and a place to put the switch that is out of the way an doesn't hack up the dash.In my `13XT there is a rubber grommet down in the footwell to the right of the gas pedal. It is covered insulation already cutout. That is where I ran a power cable for my amp... :thumbsup: