Easy wiring solutions for lights etc.

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    #1 Apr 21, 2019
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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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    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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    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 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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    Thanks again... I threw a tie wrap around it just in case.
     

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