Fuel pumps, fans, throttle stops and lightbars are popular upgrades for Jeep enthusiasts. While they are practical, they can also be difficult to install. Each of these accessories needs access to electricity, so they may come with a wiring harness that can include a relay, a fuse and a switch. Since they are installed independently of the others, it's not unusual for the result to be a tangle of wire that needs to be tacked up, run under the mats or pushed through holes drilled specifically for this purpose. Switches may end up hanging under the steering column, dangling by your feet or placed in other hard to reach areas. None of these options is ideal and may not be safe.
Clean Installation Option
A Jeep relay box can get rid of the wire maze and position the switches together in one easy-to-access panel. From electric fuel pumps to heater relays, these units can be placed in the unused space between the visors near the top of the windshield or in the center, near the radio. Many relays are waterproof and may come with a weatherproof circuit breaker cover. Three and six pack relay banks may have crimp-on terminals, relay bases and 50-amp circuit breakers.
Installation and guarantee
Painless Performance brand has color coded the manuals for many of their relay banks to assist in the quick and painless installation of their products. When installing the accessories, keep all wires away from hazard areas, sharp edges, and door hinges. Choose power or ground activation initiation. The method used often depends on where the panel is located and how much wire will be needed.
Relay boxes are a universal fit and may qualify for free shipping. An optional protection plan covers the item above and beyond the manufacturer's scope. If it is damaged, fails or malfunctions we'll replace it for free. Visit 4WD.com today to place your order.
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