Ever since thereís been a truck or Jeep, thereís been electrical accessories to bolt on and hook up to your ride. Lights, compressors, stereos, tools, electrical converters, winches, itís a long list.

Of course, pulling that new gadget or fancy tricked out addition out of the box means that somewhere down the line, youíll have to run some power to it. That means wires. Maybe lots of them.

In the old days, the entire wiring harness on a Jeep would probably fit in a large shoe box. It was basic, and tapping into any wire that had uninterrrupted power would probably work. Itís not like it would effect anything else.

As the years went by, Jeeps became more complicated. You could still tap into a power wire somewhere in the wiring harness, probably without much fuss. A little splicing, some electrical tape, and youíre good to go (unless you smell smoke on an overloaded circuit, or youíre popping fuses all over the place).

Then the modern tech space age came along, and the Jeeps of today have more computers than the Apollo Command Module, and the systems are 1000 times more complicated. The computers can run multiple things on one circuit, so if you splice into your wiper motor, the next thing you know is the engine light is on and your dome light doesnít work for some mysterious reason.

Tapping into the wiring harness on a new vehicle is risky at best. The computer knows all. It knows youíre tapping into something, and itís probably going to give you a world of trouble for your desecration.

So what you really need is a modern accessory component to safely power up your accessories, without having to splice up your Jeep, or worse yet, have 3 miles of wires ruinning all over the engine bay and under the dash (thatís so 1970ís).

You need an sPOD Switch Panel and Power Source System Part SPOD-600-0915

Itís all about simplicity with an sPod Powewr Source System and sPod Switch Panel. The sweetest part about the whole product is the easy installation. The Power Source System, the box that goes under the hood, has only TWO wires. Thatís it. One is the ground, the other is the power. Attach both up to your battery, and youíre powered up. Pure and simple. The Source System has fuses and relays to protect your acsessories, and terminals to quickly hook up any wiring for whatever you need to power.

Want more protection? The System uses a low voltage cutoff (LVCO) battery protection circuit , which has a spec voltage cutoff at 11.2 VDC, with a two-minute delay before shutting down the Source SE. It incorporates a failsafe, self-healing fault protection system that uses current-sensing MOSFETs controlled by a microprocessor.

What does this all mean? It means youíre protecting your Jeep and itís electrical system. The Power Source System doesnít tie into any of the vehicles wiring harness. So youíre not disrupting any of itís systems.

It also allows you to tie in an accessory directly to the Power Souce System. Meaning, you donít have to run a dozen wires coming off your battery.

Basically if you add, say, a compressor, or exterior lighting, youíre running the wires to the sPOD Power Source System. Not to the battry, not to your stock fuse box, and not to a spliced wiring harness.

The sPOD uses switches that mount in your Jeep (or, to almost any vehicle if using an sPOD universal swicth pod), so you can safely power up an accessory with the flick of a switch. The sPOD Panel uses a wiring pigtail, so you simply plug that into the Power Source System and youíre good to go.

Made in the USA, the sPOD is what you need. Protect your Jeep from serious electrical errors that could damage itís computers or wiring. While also protecting your accessories, and the investment you have in them.