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  1. cruiser54
    01-28-2015 05:06 PM - permalink
    cruiser54
    Sorry, but I've not seen it, or I would have saved it!!
  2. griz@interbel.net
    01-26-2015 08:21 PM - permalink
    griz@interbel.net
    I am new to this sort of chat so forgive me, I saw a detailed diy segment on removing, repairing then reinstalling the NSS I want to find it again and forward it to a friend who will be doing the work. can you help me? Thank you
  3. cruiser54
    01-01-2015 09:22 AM - permalink
    cruiser54
    ZooKeeper: I already was before just seeing this message.
  4. ZooKeeper
    12-31-2014 08:34 AM - permalink
    ZooKeeper
    Hi Cruiser, would you be able to take a look at my thread? Any hekp would be greatly appreciated. http://www.cherokeeforum.com/f2/88-x...pplied-203824/ Thanks.
  5. cruiser54
    12-03-2014 05:33 PM - permalink
    cruiser54
    I've done 2 or 3 of them. Pretty easy. I used Greg's write-up. Take your time. No distractions.
  6. RacerX
    12-03-2014 05:02 PM - permalink
    RacerX
    Any advise on the door-lock write-up (Greg Smith power door lock..)?
    You seem to have more answers ... :-)
    http://www.naxja.org/forum/showthrea...t=1874&page=12
  7. cruiser54
    11-01-2014 10:48 AM - permalink
    cruiser54
    10 gauge from relays to lamps.

    If the rack was well grounded to the body, the ground wires could be run to the rack from the lamps. The triggering of the relays can be smaller wire. 14 is fine. Relays are 40 amp generally. I would want one relay for 2,3,and 4. Another for 1 and 5.

    BTW, sorry for the late response but I don't always get notified of visitor messages. Best to use CF's mail.
  8. belstaff
    10-30-2014 02:33 PM - permalink
    belstaff
    Ok here goes
    Picture in your minds eye five (5) KC type roof mounted off road lites
    #1 & #5 are 100 W halogen bulbs, operated by one 1 dash mount switch
    #2 3 & 4 are 55 W halogen bulbs, " " " " " " "
    What gauge wire will I run from lamps to relay & can all Five(5) lamps be on be on one(1) ground ? & switches & relays on separate grounds ?


    If I understand the diagram correctly, larger gauge wire from relays to Lamps & smaller gauge from relay to switches, if so what gauge to each respectively ?
    I also note that Lamps, relays,& switches are each to their own ground, correct?


    OR---Should I refer to diagram #2 on below web site under 100w lamps ? Using the fulltime solenoid.


    Sorry to be such a dumb *** but as you've guessed by now electrical wiring is not my strong suit


    Will be in Mayer, Prescott Valley & at Harbor Freight this Fri gathering up supplies for project.


    Thank again
    Jeff.
  9. cruiser54
    10-26-2014 09:26 PM - permalink
    cruiser54
    We could do that. In the meantime, here's something for you to look at.

    http://www.classictruckshop.com/club...h/foglites.htm
  10. belstaff
    10-26-2014 11:50 AM - permalink
    belstaff
    C54:
    Rather than clutter up the site and not appear to be stupid for a change I'll ask on a PM.
    I am in process of installing extra lamps ( roof, bumper and so on) and the mechanical side of this not a problem for me. What I need to question you about is the electrical side-- running wires, selecting switches, fuses, rheostats ,ground wires sort of "Wiring for dummies" I know how I want to do it I just don't know how to get from A to B & so on. Any help going the right direction so's not to create shorts & fires would be a good thing.
    Since we're close to each other perhaps a short meeting could be arraigned for a "Brain picking session" Hell, I'll even buy the beverage of your choice if your up for it.
    Call if you think you can help set me on the right course to a non-exploding XJ & I'll drive to you at your convenience.
    Thanks
    Belstaff
    Jeff Collins
    Rimrock Az
    602/509/2106

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