Quick & Easy Power Distribution Project...
JK Super Freak
I was thinking this would be perfect addition to a new fuseblock. Run the wires from the fuse block and a ground source to this terminal block that way you only needed to run the wires once through the firewall.
Very nice USAF_GroundRat! I really appreciate the post!
Nice diagram — don't mind if I save it.
I decided to go the same route that I went with my XJ, I purchased 2 auxillary fuse boxes from Painless Wiring, one for under the hood for external accessories, and one for under the dash for internal accessories. Hope to start the installation this weekend.
You can get them from Summit Racing: http://store.summitracing.com/partde...5&autoview=sku
They come with a waterproof cover which is nice if it's under the hood. The inside of the cover includes a label so you can label the circuits. I put two of these on my XJ and had it for 6 years. Not a single problem with any circuit. They are top notch products and worth looking in to, but much more pricy ($49 apiece) then going the Radio Shack route.
Bryson City, NC
Last edited by SpudRacer; 04-13-2007 at 09:29 AM.
07' JK Unlimited RUBICON, Rescue Green
Power Convenience Group, 6-speed
Dual Tops, Stock radio w/o upgrade
Khaki interior, dark tint windows
Front Seat Air Bags
SpiderTrax 1.5" Wheel Spacers
3000K HID Fog Light conversion
Painless Wiring underhood 7-circuit Fusebox
Cool-Tech cat-back exhaust w/ Magnaflow muffler
XM "SportsCaster" receiver
Blue Ox tow bar
Nice.. but I guess you have to watch you don't overload the circuit powering the strip. Start blowing that fuse.
What is the strip amperage rating?
2012 JKU-R Black Forest Green - 6spd, dual tops, 430n, saddle/black leather, max tow, connectivity & auto a/c temp.
-Picked up 4/21
Let me start by saying I don't have a lot of auto electrical experience. That being said can you just patch into the wires running to the factory fuse block to power an aux fuse block and not have to run wires through the firewall? If so how much power can you add? Thanks.