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No, this is not another switch-wiring inquiry :D . I got it all figured out.

First, two OEM fog switches controlling a set of IPF J01 combo fog/driving lamp aux lights. I ditched the IPF harness and substituted two SLEE aux harnesses to get independent control of both the fogs and the driving lights.

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And I did figure out how to get the backlit + indicator light 115V AC power switch to work. FYI the switch comes from a Toyota Matrix. It now switches my hard-wired inverter. Sweet switch. Thanks Dan.

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I'm running the JO1CBs on mine. Pretty cool lights. I actually like the IPF switch. How do you have yours wired? Fog, Fog+spot or Fog, Spot?
 
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Jenny Cruiser,
I guess Fog, Spot. One switch activates the fog, the other activates the driving light. You can have either or both at the same time.

loquito,
Here's my original post:
https://forum.ih8mud.com/showthread.php?t=140649&highlight=hayes+inverter
I have since added a 150A megafuse to the DC hot to the inverter at the battery. For now I'm just running a laptop and/or battery chargers etc. on the inverter, so I'm not pulling enough Amps to generate much heat. I may have to better ventilate the box if I start using more of the 1000 available Watts sometime in the future. I kinda figured, If I need to run a power tool, I'd be parked and I could open the lid on the box anyway.

SNAKE EATER,
It was around $40. Talk to Cruiser Dan.

Thanks B.

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