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HOW TO FIT A DRIVING LIGHT HARNESS
This harness from Narva makes fititng spotties easier.
Many people baulk at fitting driving lights, but having an easy-fit harness can take most of the worry away.
Narva has upgraded its do-it-yourself driving light harness kits, making them easier for the DIY brigade.
The new harnesses are said to require no tools, allowing ‘plug and play’ fitment, without the need to cut or splice wires to connect to the vehicle’s headlight circuit.
The key to this feature is a clever adaptor piece that plugs directly into the vehicle’s headlamp circuit, suiting the H4 and HB3 globes found in most vehicles. Additional headlamp adaptor kits for H1, H3 and H7 can be purchased separately (P/No. 74416).
The new harnesses are compatible with halogen, HID or LED driving lights and are available for 12-volt (P/No. 74402) and 24-volt (P/No. 74402-24) vehicles. Also, the kits aren't brand-specific and additional connectors provided with them allow easy connection to other-brand halogen, HID and LED driving lamps.
Thanks to intelligent electronics, the harnesses are compatible with positively and negatively switched vehicles.
The kits include an on/off mouse switch with LED indicators and adhesive back. The kits also include a 30A fuse, waterproof fuse holder, relay and relay block, and corrugated tubing to cover the wires.
Options include a panel-mount, heavy duty sealed rocker switch, complete with driving light symbol and illuminated blue screen (P/No. 74414) and a standard rocker switch (P/No. 74410). Both rocker switches come with pre-wired fitting for direct connection to the driving light harness.
Narva’s 12 and 24 volt driving light harnesses are available from leading four wheel drive, transport and automotive outlets throughout Australia and retail for $99. Narva has calculated that the kit saves up to 50 percent on the price of purchasing all the necessary componentry separately.
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