Easy wiring solutions for lights etc.

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The new Trigger 6 shooter installed in my 2019 ford ranger. Easy set up and Bluetooth control from your phone. 10% discount for members.
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Just want to say that I whole heartedly endorse the Trigger products. I have the Trigger 4 Plus installed in my 2019 Wrangler and it's probably my favorite add on. It was a super easy install, made wiring my a-pillar and ditch lights a breeze, and I haven't noticed any difference in reliability between the Trigger system and a wired light control panel.
 

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The new Trigger 6 shooter installed in my 2019 ford ranger. Easy set up and Bluetooth control from your phone. 10% discount for members.
http://triggercontroller.com/phone/index.html
Email [email protected]
Call or text 702-501-3139
www.fordrangerlifts.com
www.woolworthmotorsports.com

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Got Trigger wired and tested. How the heck did you attach module by battery?
Trying to keep it tight and right is tuff. Tried big tie wraps. I can’t see any means you used to secure it.
Any help appreciated....
 

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Got Trigger wired and tested. How the heck did you attach module by battery?
Trying to keep it tight and right is tuff. Tried big tie wraps. I can’t see any means you used to secure it.
Any help appreciated....

Not to speak for Robby but I have mine just sitting on top of the battery...it doesn't move at all:)

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Not to speak for Robby but I have mine just sitting on top of the battery...it doesn't move at all:)

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It’s not too high and hit the hood? How did you get it to stay secured?
 

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It’s not too high and hit the hood? How did you get it to stay secured?
It just touches the liner...as you can see, the RF antennas stay up...just where it sits, it doesn't move in any direction even after 10,000 miles and many many speed bumps...
 

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It just touches the liner...as you can see, the RF antennas stay up...just where it sits, it doesn't move in any direction even after 10,000 miles and many many speed bumps...
Thanks again... I threw a tie wrap around it just in case.
 

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I just pick one up a noob question where did you run the yellow wire too.
 

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i just realize that I got the Trigger 2100 controller 4-switch. It has a accessories wire which is yellow.

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Ah right...the yellow is to be connected to an accessory power line (+), in my case, the marker lamp. That way, the power is only armed when you have the marker turned on and will not be accidentally powered up if there's radio interference...:)
 

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Ah right...the yellow is to be connected to an accessory power line (+), in my case, the marker lamp. That way, the power is only armed when you have the marker turned on and will not be accidentally powered up if there's radio interference...:)
Thank you I get all wired up today.
 

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I disconnected the battery wired everything up and now the truck won’t power up. Any solutions
 

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I disconnected the battery wired everything up and now the truck won’t power up. Any solutions
What?! Is the terminal tightened up correctly? I can't think of anything that would keep the truck from powering upo_O
 

                           


























































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