Also, as I went to publish this ible I found out about the Redneck Contest so I'll be entering in that. Please vote, criticism is welcome too!
I DONT KNOW ABOUT RULES AND REGULATIONS IN YOUR PROVINCE/TERRITORY/STATE BUT HERE IN PEI, ALL LIGHTS OTHER THAN STOCK HEADLIGHTS/FOGS ARE ILLEGAL TO USE ON THE ROAD. OFF ROAD USE ONLY!
This box did not cost me very much if anything at all, being as I had almost everything on hand.
Also I take no responsibility for anything that happens to your vehicle should you choose to follow this ible!
X number of relays - Relays with holders, based on how ever many toys you need to power. I put 4 holders but am only currently using 3.
1 - Fuse panel. Minimum one fuse slot per relay being used. I got mine from a camper.
1 - Ground bus bar. Mine was from an old electrical panel (neutral bus).
2 - terminal strips. One is for connecting the switch outputs to relays, the other is for connecting your toys to the relays.
13 - diodes.
1 - spst relay. This is for your horn (ONLY NEEDED IF YOUR HORN USES NEGATIVE TRIGGER WIRE!!)
1 - Roll of 20 or 22 gauge wire. For relay trigger wires and wiring diodes.
1 - Roll of 14 gauge wire
1 - section of heavy gauge wire. This is your main input from your battery. I used 6 gauge... wayyyy overkill.
1 - 15-25 foot cat 5 or cat 6 cable. This is to go between your switches and box.
Assorted terminals. While not necessary, they clean everything up.
A section of perfboard to place diodes/ horn relay on.
1 - Remote starter with wiring harness and aux outputs.
Drill and bits.
Electrical tape and/or heat shrink tube.
Step 1: The Diode Board
If you dont want your remote starter to be affiliated with your lights or whatever you're controlling, you may ignore this step.
*note: there is only 12 diodes on the board
The 13th diode is to go from the reverse wire on the chassis wiring harness to the wire going to the reverse lights. This makes the reverse lights come on automatically when you put the transmission in reverse.
Step 2: Layout
Step 3: Wiring
After you finish mounting all of your boards and strips, you can start wiring. I started by grouping all of the power wires into the relays and remote starter, routed them around towards the fuse panel. Then after the power wires, group and route your ground wires to the GND buss. Same thing with your output wires and your relay trigger wires.