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The relay can handle a higher amp load. The switch will use a small amount of power,( keeping the wires in the cab smaller and cooler) to control the relay. The relay can then handle the higher amp load of the light bar.
 
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the ground can go to the roll bar, but i really suggest a dedicated ground wire. In the picture above, substite the buss bar for the batter and this should help.
 

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part of that got cut off.  switch in cab should be fused from fuse box or another 12 volt positive source.  when power is applied from the switch to the relay, the contacts in the relay close and allow power to go from the battery (buss bar) to the light.
 

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appropriate size fuses for your application should be used. also power wire to switch can come from fuse box or buss bar. relay takes very little power to control.
 
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