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I very strongly suggest that you put a fuse in line between the battery and the relay. Preferably within 18" wire run from the battery. There are a number of different in-line fuse gizmos that you can buy.

Watts = amps * volts. For 100W lights, that's 200W (both lights) / 12.5V = 16 amps. So a single 20 Amp fuse should be good enough.

Old 01-08-2000, 05:15 PM
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