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Installing driving lights on my non-driving light 1999 Jeep

I have bought and installed everything to have driving lights on my 99 JGC which did not come with driving lights and I'm afraid I've reached a dead end. It calls for a relay switch and a fuse but where the relay and fuse should go there is no plugs in the fuse boxes. Anyone have this problem?

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Here is what you need to get. You need to buy a 30 amp circuit breaker. Tap your power supply and install the two terminal 30 map breaker in to the power wire. This will protect your switch if the wire should short out for some reason. One side of the hot line goes to the switch. The other side of the switch needs a wire going to the lights that share a common power supply line. The two lines that are your ground lines from the lights will link together and ground them to the metal body or frame somewhere. Then you are good to go. You should be able to purchase a 30 amp ciecuit breaker at just about any parts supplier cheaply. They are very small and made out of tin on the outside. It should not cost you over $ 5.00 to purchase. Good luck.

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