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    Truck-Lite Example

    Truck-Lite plow lights were used from around 1989 up until the Nite Saber plow lights came out in 1998. The original design used a 6 wire A/B switch in the cab. They were spliced into the vehicle headlamp wiring, and routed through the A/B switch in the cab. Then there was a 12 wire switch version that used headlight Adapters that plugged into the existing vehicle headlamp harnesses, and were routed to the A/B switch in the cab. Although the 12 wire system plugged into the existing headlamp wiring, the turn signals and marker lights still needed to be spliced into the plow lights.
    On top of Meyer Plow lights it says who made them. These say "Meyer by Truck-Lite" on them. They are identical to the Truck-Lite ATL.

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