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Whelen Strobe CP660 Install Help

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I recentley purchased a new Whelen strobe CP660 kit and I'm having problems installing it. I have everything hooked up but I'm needing help with the switch. I'm wanting just one switch to turn the strobes on/off but the diagram shows two one for on/off and one for high/low but I want high power all the time. I know that green and blue are to be spliced togetherbut don't know where to hook them for just one switch can someone help me.

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Wire the high and low together. Run only one wire to the switch from there. Or, you can terminate the low side and just run high.

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i'll make this simple black to grown, blue and green are the control wires (for front and rear), red is hot. just hook the blue, green, and red to your switch. forget about the high and low power. that pack is in hi power by defalt. just dont hook up that wire.
 
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