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Baja LP6 LED’s

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So I ordered two Baja LP6 lights and they will arrive next week. Most installations are just high beams only, but why not both? I was thinking of using my Aux 3 switch for low beams and Aux 4 for high beams. Seems to make sense in my head BUT what if I have both Aux switches on at the same time. Would that f up the $1000 lights or worse the Jeep? Any insights would help. Would like both options without having to install the toggle switch that comes with the wiring harness. Expecting the lock-out harness to work as designed. Not willing to test it on my LP6's deliberately. :)
 
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per baja designs install guide, it would probably burn out the electrical. That is why their kit includes the relays to make sure that it does not happen. low I beleive the bottom 3 light on. High turn them all on.
 
Approximately 25% of people read instructions, per a study published in 2021.
I think owner’s manuals are likely less.

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i usually watch You tube videos first.
Appears the majority of support content is moving to video. Which seems to be good. The visuals are the best.
 
So I ordered two Baja LP6 lights and they will arrive next week. Most installations are just high beams only, but why not both? I was thinking of using my Aux 3 switch for low beams and Aux 4 for high beams. Seems to make sense in my head BUT what if I have both Aux switches on at the same time. Would that f up the $1000 lights or worse the Jeep? Any insights would help. Would like both options without having to install the toggle switch that comes with the wiring harness.
Baja makes a lockout harness that prevents power from both aux switches flowing to the lights if they are inadvertently both pushed on. See more info in my build thread on the install.

https://www.jeep392.com/threads/matts-392-build.2114/post-53577

 
Baja makes a lockout harness that prevents power from both aux switches flowing to the lights if they are inadvertently both pushed on. See more info in my build thread on the install.

https://www.jeep392.com/threads/matts-392-build.2114/post-53577

That harness came with my LP6S. It was about 700 ft long so I didn't even mess with it. I just cut off 4 or 5 feet past the light connections and ran the back lights and high. I didn't see why I would ever need low.
 
That harness came with my LP6S. It was about 700 ft long so I didn't even mess with it. I just cut off 4 or 5 feet past the light connections and ran the back lights and high. I didn't see why I would ever need low.
Yes agreed it’s very long. I’m hooking mine up to the switch pros that has been collecting dust in my garage for the last month while our house has been getting renovated. Once I hook that up next week I’ll be able to get rid of that massive harness as the switch pros has a lockout function built in.
 
I've installed my Baja Designs LP9 Pro Amber Lights to both my Gladiator and 392. I used the Wiring Harness to set them up with the high beam to Aux 1, low beam to Aux 3, and the amber light to the Quadratec DRL Adapter Wiring Harness.
Like others have mentioned the BD team warns to not power both the high and low at the same time as the board is not intended to handle that much power at one time.
 
Baja makes a lockout harness that prevents power from both aux switches flowing to the lights if they are inadvertently both pushed on. See more info in my build thread on the install.

https://www.jeep392.com/threads/matts-392-build.2114/post-53577

Thanks for the link to the lockout harness! This is the harness I will use as opposed to the harness with the toggle switch. I sent an email yesterday to Baja Designs and this is also the harness they recommended for Aux switches. Thanks! :)
 
Baja makes a lockout harness that prevents power from both aux switches flowing to the lights if they are inadvertently both pushed on. See more info in my build thread on the install.

https://www.jeep392.com/threads/matts-392-build.2114/post-53577

Also, why did you use Aux 1 and Aux 2? I believe those are the high amperage switches whereas Aux 3 and Aux 4 are the low amperage switches.
 
Also, why did you use Aux 1 and Aux 2? I believe those are the high amperage switches whereas Aux 3 and Aux 4 are the low amperage switches.
I used Aux 1 for high and Aux 3 for low.
 
On my previous rig I used low for the times I was not leading a night run, so that I wouldn't blind whomever was in front of me. Other than that, never used low on the lp6.
 
Thanks for all the advice! I installed two Baja Design LP6's using the BD Upfitter Lock Out Wiring harness. I installed a Mopar Winch Guard with two Mopar Winch Guard Light Mounting Brackets. The results are perfect. Aux 3 for low beams, Aux 4 for high beams.. Installation wasn't overly difficult. Only complaint is that with 2 miles of wiring, the backlight wire really needs to be about a foot longer, but I was able to reach the front side light wires with a little extra finagling.
 

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I am planning to mount mine set on the outside....just had Hurricane Beryl and Caught Covid the week prior.
 
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