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How To - Adding lights to interior light circuit. Page 1 of 2. There have been a few threads on this topic, and this weekend I got around to adding step lights to my running boards.
Get access to the factory wiring route to under the truck. This is for those adding lights to the running boards or to the bed of the truck 1. Remove the sill plate cover. I used a plastic trim tool, I would strongly suggest getting a set if you are doing any amount of work on your truck.
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Several places on line have them. Even a plastic putty knife from HD or the likes is better then the screw driver in a rag method Start from one end, and work you way to the other.
There are 3 spring clips holding this down. All the way off, you can see where the spring clips and alignment clips are at in this picture read article. Remove the door seal so you can take the kick panel out, to access the interior lighting circuit 3.
Remove the kick panel driver's side The access cover around the hood latch need to be removed. I just pulled the center back, to release the clips top and bottom. This made the piece convex shaped, and the clips released the clips were narrower then the opening The kick panel is held in place by 2 springs clips, a locating pin on the kick panel, and a slide tab of sorts in the center. Pull the kick panel towards the rear of the truck to release the spring clips, and slide forward to clear the locating pin and tab in the center of the panel Spring clips, locating pin, and center mounting tab.
Finding the Interior circuit in Connector C 4. One is towards the outside of the truck, one is towards the inside of the truck. Circuit 53 is towards the outside of the truck. The way I found to trace the wires, is to cut the C cover taped to the wiring loom and following the wire up. To gain access to the Connector cover, remove the hood latch by unbolting it, and sliding it off the A-pillar.
This is where I added the inline Tap for connection to the fuse, and on to the added LED step lights. If you are adding more then a few LEDs, then this would be used for triggering a coil on a relay. The access to under the truck is located under the carpeting on the driver's side.
The plastic on the floor is for the floor mat mount, as a reference point to where this is located. I just poked through the grommet with an awl, and pulled the wires back up into the truck.
Hope this helps with some trying a similar project. Find all posts by Screw-Me Thanks for the write up! Find all posts by john Going to move this one down to the How-To Forum!
This made the piece convex shaped, and the clips released the clips were narrower then the opening The kick panel is held in place by 2 springs clips, a locating pin on the kick panel, and a slide tab of sorts in the center. Dorman - Help Headlamp Bulb Retainer 3. Congrats to Steve and the Saleen family.
Find all posts by Rockpick. Find all posts by kankles Thanks much for the detailed description of adding lights to the interior light circuit.
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I was able to easily follow them when adding in floor lights. Appreciate the great info! Find all posts by bgilcher. Find all posts by Go here Dude, You're the "Real Deal".
Keep up the good work. This information is exactly what I've been looking for. Find all posts by Fifty Hey sscully, There wouldn't happen to be an equal wire running down the passenger side too would there? If doing lights on both ends how would you suggest powering the pass side? Find all posts by RemyRed. I went under the dash, down the passenger side kick panel by the fuse panel, and under the truck in the door sill.
I wanted a single fuse for the running board entry lamps, so this was a no brainer for me.
I've gotta do this mod on my new Anyone know which wire color and location I could use? I guess I could look at the dome light wire and see if it follows down through the cable tray along the driver's door.
Find all posts by aikenpearlbb. The late production MY had a connector in the driver's side kick panel for the Interior lighting that looks like it would do the trick for you. This is the Gray with Violet stripe wire going to Front Dome lamps.
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The other place would be the passenger side kick panel, in Connector CA, pin 2 for the output to the cargo lamps, White Wire. Think I have short in dome light. Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Add a Poll to this Thread. You may not post new threads. BB code is On. All times are GMT The time now is We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.