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Rigid Lights... & Flasher Module

OK so here's the scoop. I have a slew of Rigit dually lights I will be putting on my jeep. Also have the Spod electrical box. Also have a few of the Rigid Flasher Modules. So does anyone have a diagram, or able to explain how exactly I can wire these lights, spod, and flasher module so that I have the option to turn the lights on constant on, and also have them wired to flash as well if I wanted to?
Please... Desperate for assistance here. I know basic wiring and shit, but this seems complex to me.
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post #2 of 3 Old 03-01-2015, 07:44 PM
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This is one place where the sPod doesn't win, being that the sPod supplies power at each relay and the Rigid flasher requires a momentary dry contact across on the mode lead to ground if I understand the wiring correctly. Red is constant power, yellow and blue are outputs, black is ground and white has to be grounded momentarily to switch the mode I think.

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If rigid is anything like sho-me the red is switch, white is fused, black is ground, yellow and blue are outputs. If you choose to wire using this set up you'll need diodes to make them work as two options. If you need me to explain more in depth you can PM me. I build police cars and have done many builds like that.

You'll connect a diode to the yellow, which will connect to the power on the rigids and an extra wire that will need to be run. This extra wire will be the "switch" wire for steady burn. The diode will not allow power to be sent back into the flasher, but the flasher can send power to rigid.

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