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rigid 50" light bar / sPOD hook up question

have sPOD in. light bar in. I have the light with the POS on driverside and ground on passanger side. I have been looking for how people ran wires and see a few options. I can run POS up through top and out firewall with my sPOD. How and were are people grounding the NEG out of the light? Have not found any instal pics yet. ill keep looking
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What kind of light bar is it? My rigid has both + and - on the drivers side.


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e-series spot/flood. I can run the pos up inside window and through fire wall along side my sPOD wires. but the ground is the wire i want to know were and how people are hooking it up.
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If you have a metal light bar you can ground it to the light bar?
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There are lots of grounding studs under the hood, down each side of the engine bay. There are also a few in the footwells both drive and passenger side.

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have sPOD in. light bar in. I have the light with the POS on driverside and ground on passanger side. I have been looking for how people ran wires and see a few options. I can run POS up through top and out firewall with my sPOD. How and were are people grounding the NEG out of the light? Have not found any instal pics yet. ill keep looking
Got pics of your setup?


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your Rigid bar should have all the wires on the driver side.

I ran mine through the weather seal of the top, down the A-piller, through the firewall, and then into my s-pod


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have sPOD in. light bar in. I have the light with the POS on driverside and ground on passanger side. I have been looking for how people ran wires and see a few options. I can run POS up through top and out firewall with my sPOD. How and were are people grounding the NEG out of the light? Have not found any instal pics yet. ill keep looking

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You can run the positive cable directly to the sPOD. (You can turn the light to locate the red cable to the side of the battery on your Jeep) The light will works the same way Then the black one can be plug to any where in the car that has ground (between the windshield and the firewall will be Nice or even between the mount and the windshield screws

What mount for the 50" did you buy ? ? ?


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