I picked up a set of plow lights in a yard sale for $5. They both work when I hook up the battery charger to them. They had some 12/4 electric cable that was hooked up to them, and then just cut off. I have some 12/3 laying around and was going to try wiring up the lights so that I could just flip a toggle or rocker switch to manually turn on the lights when I have the plow on the truck. Or, though it would be more involved, I could wire it so whenever the truck's lights are on, the plow lights are on. I'm thinking of tying into the lighting harness (for lights and turn signals) on each side and adding a connector, and then have the cable with a connector coming from each light. That way I could just run the one single cable from each light up through the grill and connect the lights under the hood. Two lights, two cables, two connections. Does this sound rational, or am I not thinking of something? Truck is a '00 Chevy.