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Old 04-14-2013, 08:22 PM
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Can I use one of my stock auxilary switches for this? If so are they all the same or any recommendations? Thx again in advance!
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Just about to do this on my 06 SD with upfitter switches.
I cant get the OP pics to enlarge any bigger. What Id like to know is how do I plug into the fuse panel.
Running a wire from #3 Aux switch to #39 fuse. Do I just remove fuse & install a U shape wire connector. So both sides are tied into the mini fuse spot or do I cut 1 lug off the connector & go to 1 side of the fuse holder??

I hate wiring & don't want to burn up a fuse panel!!

Thanks for any help or better yet pics!
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