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Newbie just finally remembered my password. I just installed Sharplines driving lights with Kuryakyn driving light relay kit, question can I wire the relay kit to the open connector in the junction box across from the blue wire headlight relay or do I need to use the accessory blue -white or yellow-brown wire.

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Newbie just finally remembered my password. I just installed Sharplines driving lights with Kuryakyn driving light relay kit, question can I wire the relay kit to the open connector in the junction box across from the blue wire headlight relay or do I need to use the accessory blue -white or yellow-brown wire.

I'm having an issue posting pics


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Need to examine the schematics on this question.....tomorrow.
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Welcome to the forum. You don't have enough posts to post pics. I would use the accessory lead wire for battery voltage on the relay, use the open pin on the jb to trigger the relay, and ground the relay through the black/yellow accessory lead

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