Question about 2004 Dodge Ram
U will need a 12 volt test light to do this, they are very cheap and available at any auto parts store.
Pull the dash light dimmer out of the dash, turn the park lights on, probe the terminals of the dash light dimmer switch (next to the headlight switch) with the test light as you brighten and dim the dash lights move the 12 volt test light from terminal to terminal to locate which terminal causes the 12 volt test light to dim, that is the power source u want for the gauge pack lighting, use a 3M brand wire tap from the parts store and piggyback that wire to the gauge display illumination..
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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