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  • Tacoma Stealthbar

    Has anyone installed a tacoma stealthbar? I am looking to get one, but do not want to wire up a switch into the interior. I was hoping to wire it to my hi beams to activate.
    I was wondering if anyone had done that with the DiodeDynamics wiring kit that comes with their light bars?

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    I'm assuming a stealthbar is a LED light bar mounting behind the grill?

    You can use a basic headlight relay harness like this if all you want is the light bar to turn on with the highs, no switches or anything https://store.ijdmtoy.com/collection...adapter-aa1004
    • Cut off #4 and #5, connect either remaining wire pairs to the light bar, tape off the unused
    • You can then either splice one of those cut off connectors to the existing highbeam wiring, or use one of these high beam splitters if you don't want to splice https://store.ijdmtoy.com/products/w...20102776684647
    • Plug #6 into your spliced connector or splitter
    • Wire the remaining connections according to the directions


    I have a light bar behind my 4Runner that's activated only by the high beams, made my own wiring harness but it's basically the same design as that pre-made one. I'll probably modify it so it doesn't turn on in the daytime or driving in the suburbs etc. where a light bar would be overkill
    Originally posted by HK45
    I don't even look to see what Eddie writes anymore. I'm too busy staring at his avatar.

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    • #3
      Eddie hit the nail on the head perfectly. The wiring harness with the DD light bar should come with everything needed to install a switch inside and a relay running to the battery. So, instead of running the switch wiring to the interior, you could just splice it into the high beam instead.

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