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Seperate switch for Underwater lights


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My boat has one MUX switch for both interior lights and underwater lights. I understand it is not good idea to turn underwater lights when they aren't under water. I often turn interior lights when it is on my driveaway or towing... So I have dock light switch which it doesn't have dock lights. Do I pull the wire (see pic-2 wires in one yellow connector) from fuse module and make new connector for underwater light and plug into dock light fuse?

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I don't have Docking Lights. (Useless IMO) When I installed my underwater lights, I put them on the dock light terminal. If you have the terminal empty and the fuse will be large enough, use it. Just remember on the MUX panel that Dock Lights=Underwater Lights.

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I had the dealer wire my underwater lights seperate. They added something to the MUX switches titled "Aux Output". So, I think there are additional, unused terminals there you could use as well, and activate on the MUX panel somehow. (I have docking lights, so needed something totally separate.)

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