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Ok, I recently purchased a Go-Ped for practically nothing, and I really, really, really want to fix it up. I want to mount a couple of LED powered bicycle headlights on the front, and a tail light on the back. However, I want to be able to turn them all on and off via a single switch, mounted to the handlebars.

I know very little about wiring, but I do know that most bicycle lights require physical pressure to power them on or off. Maybe there's something that can go between the batteries and bulbs?

Any input you can provide would be fantastic!



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12 years ago

. One of the cables on the battery probably goes to the frame of the 'ped. From the other battery post, run a wire to one terminal of your switch. From the other terminal on the switch, run wires to your lights. Connect one side of the light to the frame.