Choose one of the universal wiring harness and switch options below to make wiring up your new lights a snap. Comes with everything you need. Just hook up the red wire lead to the battery and the black to a ground, then plug in the light and click the switch and you're lighting up the night!
If you aren't going to use one of our LED light bar wiring harnesses, then you may want these pigtails to splice into your custom wiring setup. Though many drivers are interested in adding LED light bars to their vehicle, some hesitate to do so because they worry that their installation might be difficult. The reality, however, is that there's an easy way for both your existing lights and any additional ones to be connected under the same terminal. All you need is fifteen minutes, a few tools, and a set of pigtail connectors. A pigtail connector is nothing more than an electrical wire used to connect two or more wires. Take a look at the kits and parts below to determine which one best suits your wiring needs. None of our pigtail connectors cost more than eight dollars, and the tools required to make use of them are common and inexpensive. With a little effort, you can enjoy the accomplishment of having worked on your vehicle with your own hands and the satisfaction of saving money.
Relay holders are used to help organize your relays under the hood. Choose between a universal mount with M8 rivet nuts (may require holes to be drilled) or bolt-on options for the 4Runner and Tacoma with bolts to fit the pre-drilled nuts in the engine compartment.