AUX Switches and LED Lights

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Everything I can see tells me that there are 15A and 40A relays or fuses in the AUX switch circuits. I am wanting to tie a pair of KC Gravity Pro 6 lights (1.63A each, 3.26A total) and a KC Flex 10" lightbar (5.0A Total) both to one of the 15A AUX switches, and I wanted to make sure I didn't need to install a separate fuse or relay inline. With only 8.26A draw combined among all the lights, the load should be fine, but I did want to make sure that there was some sort of circuit protection in place in case a short develops.
 

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The wire to the aux switch is fuse protected. If you connect to the provided wiring and do it correctly it should be ok. I have 2 KC gravity led lights on one switch, no relays or extra fuses.
 
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