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Cleanest way to add a switch for my halos?

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I just got a set of new halo's and was wondering how is the cleanest way to add a switch for them?

Thanks in advance!

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Get the Multifunction remote control from AAC, wire them to the box and use the remote to turn them on and off. No drilling for the switch, and you can program the remote to your homelink buttons so you don't have to worry about the remote.
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Or you can hide the switch in the cubby to the left of the steering wheel.
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Here is what me and Dan (DCSpecial) did to my Jeep for switches to turn on my grille LEDs.



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Here is what me and Dan (DCSpecial) did to my Jeep for switches to turn on my grille LEDs.




I had forgotten all about that long day......but I do remember "wireloom?" LMFAO
I had forgotten all about that long day......but I do remember "wireloom?" LMFAO
Is that code?! LOL
Is that code?! LOL
20-30 mins later I realized you were serious and it wasn't code.....LMFAO.


Cutting rectangular switches into 1/8" thick aluminum.....no fun. LOL
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easiest way is definitely the wireless 4 channel remote from AAC. or from anywhere for that matter. You can find wireless controllers any where online.
Wiring a switch inside the cubby hole is pretty easy if it is a single switch mounted to the cubby hole itself.
I've installed both the wireless remotes and switches. If you use a switch that requires a round hole and don't want to fab a flush mount panel it doesn't really take much longer.
^^^ also true. like the above pics, i wired my cutout switch in the little cubby by the stereo. very easy install.
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