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I have seen this on other trucks and liked it so I went ahead and did it.
LED Lights: $43.52 from SuperBrightLeds.com
18GA Wire: $3.99 from Autozone
18GA connectors: 2.99 from Autozone
This isnt a how to per say, so I'm not gonna go step by step, but I will show what I did so you can do it like this or make modifications but use my method as a foundation or what have you. So far I kinda really love them.
Like I said its not a how to, but if you have specific questions feel free to ask.
I didnt run a ground wire because the lights ground through the stud to the body.
Tapped into the running lights wire on the floor on the driver side.
Driverside routed through the wires that I think are for the trans and transfer case.
Never used heat shrink before. I will use it again, I like it. The hair dryer got it pretty close, but I will probably get a lighter and try to shrink them a bit more.
Passenger side routed through this thingy for the sill cover.
And finally tapped into the roof marker lights on the passenger side.
Looks nice... I had 3 on each side ....heat shrink and all ....they did not last 1 winter here in the northeast. Superbrightleds said they would replace them for free....but seriously whats the point if they burn out in the winter when you need them the most! Way to much salt used here in the winter.
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