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prion

Under water light connector plug

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prion

Anyone know where I could get the plug that would connect to the underwater light lead that is already in the boat? I want to install aftermarket underwater lights but don't want to splice them into the existing wires. I want to just plug them in.

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hunter77ah

Mine is on the port/left side of my boat behind the amp board.  YRMV :)

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prion

I’m referring to the connection in the rear where the light would plug into the harness .

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hunter77ah

Yes, if I remember correctly, that's where the connector ended up- behind the amp board.  I had to play with a tester and the buttons to figure out what it was for.

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csleaver

Here are prewired Dorman Delphi weather pack style male and female connectors from summit racing.  You can probably get then from your local auto parts store too.

https://www.summitracing.com/parts/rnb-85391/overview/

https://www.summitracing.com/parts/rnb-85390/overview/

If you use non-factory underwater lights that draw more amps than the factory ones, you might want to use fused relays to power them instead of just the factory wiring.  If there is too much draw, sometimes the power module circuit for the lights will not turn off (at least not until you turn off the battery switch).

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csleaver

My bad, I don't think the 2015 Axis uses power modules.  It should have a switch in the dash for the underwater lights that is powered from one of the helm breakers.

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