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I’ve seen these type of threads in other forums before. I searched this forum, and found one. But the last entries were from like 2013. So I thought I’d start a fresh one.

I’m in the middle of a full blown wiring makeover right now in all of the accessories on my RZR. I put about 5 hrs worth of time in on it after I got off work. Installed a Switch Pro and adding a couple of things while I have it all apart.

I got my 5150 dome lights installed and wired up tonight, after I finished stripping out all of the existing rocker switches in the dash. They use magnetic mounts with Velcro to attach to the cage. They come with spare 10’ long leads that will plug into a 3 prong 5150 “187” style connector so you can easily remove the dome light and plug it into your rear whip circuit for use as a work light trail side, if need be.

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so what did you do to your machine today?
 

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Same here nothing today but I’ve spent the last couple of weekends welding up my cage kit from izzyfab. Went together fairly easy now just waiting for more time off to button up the cage, make the mount for the Baja Designs RTL-S, and then get ready to drop off for powder coat. Hopefully my switch pro from pro utv gets here next week so I can wire everything up in time for thanksgiving!
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I’ve seen these type of threads in other forums before. I searched this forum, and found one. But the last entries were from like 2013. So I thought I’d start a fresh one.

I’m in the middle of a full blown wiring makeover right now in all of the accessories on my RZR. I put about 5 hrs worth of time in on it after I got off work. Installed a Switch Pro and adding a couple of things while I have it all apart.

I got my 5150 dome lights installed and wired up tonight, after I finished stripping out all of the existing rocker switches in the dash. They use magnetic mounts with Velcro to attach to the cage. They come with spare 10’ long leads that will plug into a 3 prong 5150 “187” style connector so you can easily remove the dome light and plug it into your rear whip circuit for use as a work light trail side, if need be.

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so what did you do to your machine today?
Are you using the harnesses that you bought to previously run all your accessories to hook up into the switch pro? Or are you running all new wiring? So for example, I bought the Baja designs harness for their rear light bar, would you be using that harness and tying that into the switch pro?
 

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Are you using the harnesses that you bought to previously run all your accessories to hook up into the switch pro? Or are you running all new wiring? So for example, I bought the Baja designs harness for their rear light bar, would you be using that harness and tying that into the switch pro?
For the most part, I am using my existing harnesses. I had to disassemble the interior to run wiring for the dome lights. I also have my air compressor installed under the driver’s side rear seat, and my switch for it was located there as well. I knew I’d never need to turn it on from the dash, since I’d be outside with an air hose in my hand while using it. I’m going to go ahead and run wiring for it up to the switch pro as well.
 

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For the most part, I am using my existing harnesses. I had to disassemble the interior to run wiring for the dome lights. I also have my air compressor installed under the driver’s side rear seat, and my switch for it was located there as well. I knew I’d never need to turn it on from the dash, since I’d be outside with an air hose in my hand while using it. I’m going to go ahead and run wiring for it up to the switch pro as well.
Nice! I’m not the most experienced when it comes to wiring but I’ve watched a couple YouTube videos so I think I can get it together 😂


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Nice! I’m not the most experienced when it comes to wiring but I’ve watched a couple YouTube videos so I think I can get it together 😂



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Yeah I’m no master electrician myself, lol. I’m just barely good enough to have all my stuff working correctly. And I damn sure can’t weld like you can! Looks great man
 
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