HenryJ wrote:Looks like daylight back there now
04crewvt wrote:Did you hook up the anti-tailgater switch? One pulse from those should make anyone back off.
BADs Crew wrote:Nice
I'll post daylight photos tomorrow.
HenryJ wrote:If you are adding more than the small light that I added , a relay would be a good idea. It can be activated by the same wire that I used.
I would mount a relay inside the rear frame rail near the tail light wiring. Inside the left rear frame rail there is a white plastic connection. This is the tail lamp wiring.
You can add a maxi fuse to the engine compartment fuse box to energize the rear power distribution stud, then add a wire from there to the rear of your truck to power the lights. Attach this to the relay positive power source (#87)
Tap the light green wire. This is your positive back-up light wire attach it to relay "activate +"(#85)
Ground terminal #86
#30 is where you attach the positive feed for the lights.
Right rear of the under hood electrical center IIRC. Some already had the maxi fuse energizing it._STUCKY wrote:rear power distribution stud"? Who? What? Where? Is that at the rear of the fuse block or the rear of the truck?
Five terminal are more common. You only use four out of five usually.Also, I have a handful of 5 terminal relays. Are these of any use to me, or should I just get some new 4 terminal ones with the mounting bracket on them ($7)?
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