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Procomp 130 6" Offroad Lights - Installation

(date: July 18, 2010)

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Procomp lights with the HID ballast mounted below

Here is a view of the HID ballast from the back side of the bull bar

Since I have 2 empty spots for adding extra buttons I thought I should get a switch that will fit, so I can maintain the factory look. I have been looking on ebay for a switch that would work for a while but most sellers are asking way too much for it. Someone was asking $35 for a used "tow mode" switch on ebay. Then finally I came across a ebay seller who was selling a "cargo lamp" switch for $10, and even then I was hesitant to buy it. Then I noticed the  seller had a "make a offer" option, so I sent him an offer for $4 because the shipping cost was $5. He accepted my offer and I got it for $9 shipped.

As I was trying to figure out what wiring I noticed the cargo lamp switch that is on my truck now lights up. So this factory look that I was trying to achieve was getting better. Not only does the switch blends in but it also lights up too.

The Procomp lights without the covers
The Procomp lights with the covers
With only the Procomp lights (you can see the wall and house down the road but not very bright in front of the truck)
The Procomp and headlights turned on (now everything in front is well lit)
Only the headlights (without the procomp lights your can not see the wall or the house down the road)

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