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Unread 10-16-2019, 10:37 PM   #1
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I just purchased a refurb'd 2015 CC with Alpha Body and stock lights. I'm installing a 48-12 voltage reducer and would like to get the daytime running lights hooked up.
Can anyone advise what wire I need to connect 12V to? Also, I noticed there is a red wired looped back to a blue/white stripe wire that seems to do nothing.
Can you also advise the purpose of those wires? I searched the best I could but couldn't the answer. Any chance someone has a copy of the wiring diagram for this kit so I can see what the wires are for? I'm also thinking about a light bar for brake/turn to mount on the carts canopy. Thank you.

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Unread 10-17-2019, 08:38 AM   #2
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Here ya go

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What I did was add a switch with +12v on it to my dash and ran 2 legs one to each head light.

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Perfect!!! Thank you! Do you know where that alpha/headlight manual is online? I wonder if Madjax/Nivel would send me the manual electronically?

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Perfect!!! Thank you! Do you know where that alpha/headlight manual is online? I wonder if Madjax/Nivel would send me the manual electronically?

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Man I looked high and low really freaking odd it's not on there. What you can do is search for the ultimate light kit instructions and you might find something. What do you need to know I have a copy of the alpha instructions.

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I bought the cart from a dealer and they installed the alpha kit. They also didn't install a 16-12V reducer for the lights . I'm just one on those people that likes to read up on things and have information available so I know what I'm dealing with when I want to modify or repair things.... like being able to verify if the lights need to be on 12V (which they will be soon) once I install my 48-12V reducer this weekend. Another mode is adding a light bar to the back canopy because when I have people on the back their legs cover up the tail lights and I want to be seen. I'm thinking the instructions might save time by identifying the purpose of the extra wires on the harnesses.

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Thanks for the info, @Jkerle. I got the voltage reducer hooked up and didn't have any issues getting the DRLs going. I thought they'd be brighter but at least they'll help when I'm driving in the evening time.

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Thanks for the info, @Jkerle. I got the voltage reducer hooked up and didn't have any issues getting the DRLs going. I thought they'd be brighter but at least they'll help when I'm driving in the evening time.

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Sure thing man! They are pretty bright at dusk. You really cant see them during the day tho. They look fricken sweet!

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