2020 Colorado Z71 Trail Runner
You're putting lockers in your truck? Cool!No worries. It's all prep right now, but it will distribute power to all lights and accessories added in the future. Each of those numbered switch wires corresponds to a button in the cab. Each button can be electronically amp controlled and additionally acts like an electronic circuit breaker if that amperage is exceeded. The Blue Sea Systems is an additional fuseblock for power hungry devices (like a dual ARB) that exceeds the max amperage allowed by the SwitchPros. So the SwitchPros will control the trigger wire, and the actual power will flow through a 50A fuse on the fuseblock (physical fuse, unlike the electronic circuit breakers of the SP9100)
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I have a planned use for each of them. Some people prefer to install the devices first, and then the controller, but after going that route on my Jeep, I didn't like the rats nest it created and wanted to install the controller first this time, and then wire everything to that.
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Nothing hooked up. Inverter is on the brown santa truck right meow for install this week. Also running RG58A/U RF cables for future antenna/radio installs, since I'm already going to drill through the firewall at the clutch knockout.
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