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Where do you hook the brown wire to
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
look for inlet covers take the screws out and then pull the panel from the bottom out first and the mirror cover thn pull baririer of and then you can get into there 3 screws on outside of door there are also retainers that are on the door rods it should just pop out from the bottom first
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
on the top side of the transfer case near the shift arm ....there is a transfer case indicator swtch.... connect into the only brown wire on the switch.........Be sure to solder the wires together, scotch locks are a no no ,, will corrode and cause intermittent connection, wich can result in other 4 wd component damage
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
Easiest and most painless way is to get and adapter harness from any Wal-mart or auto supply store. Has easy to follow diagrams and tells where all wires go. Also makes for easy, no cut, removal in future.
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
that aftermarket radio may require different ohm speakers than whats in the car. open trunk and look at speaker magnets they will have the ohms printed on them if they dont say 4 or 8 ohms then they are incompatable with your stereo and may damage it if ohms are lower than 4 ohms. also make sure your radio balnce tone fader settings are correct. some of these new radios are so comlicated with that stuff it requires a 100 page book just to operate it.
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
SOURCE: i am trying to wire
White = Ground
Green = right turn
Yellow = left turn
Brown = Tail lights
Red = Auxiliary Power -Lead to fuse block or battery lead. 20 AMP Fuse.
First black should hook to Electric Brake
Second black should be Backup light
Hope this helps?????
Posted on May 21, 2011
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