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ADDICTED2WAKE

Lifeform 9 Wiring Install Help

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ADDICTED2WAKE

So I mounted up the LF9 LEDs to my '14 T22.

When I did this install on my previous boat I just tapped into the existing factory harness but this time I want to use one of the separate ACC switches (I have 1 available on the left bank and 1 on the right bank).

I know there's a wiring schematic on Lifeform's website here >> http://lifeformled.com/content/LF_9_Wiring.pdf

However, I know the ACC switches are already powered and wondering if they are already fused..I assume they are but not sure what amperage(s) and I'm not home to try to trace it back to the fuse panel.

Should I just simply plug the + and - from each (in parallel) into the back of one of the ACC switches? I suppose I could add a 5amp fuse in the circuit (per LF's instruction) as a bit of an insurance policy but hoping someone else has already done this install with an Axis.

I've searched the forums but haven't seemed to find these answers. Hoping the weather is descent in the coming days so when i get home I can finish this install and move on to the next one.

Thanks in advance for any advice.

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skurfer

5 amp fuse close to the switch to be safe.

Edited by skurfer

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