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Old 08-19-2013, 06:11 PM
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Alrighty, so my switch panel is in. I got lucky I guess, on the back of the RAM insert was a blank socket with a three wire harness running to it (heated seat harness maybe?). It had two hot 12v and a ground, the plug fit excactly the switch pannel but the leads were in the wrong pin holes. I used the two hots for my two 12v sources and used the harness ground on the passenger side. I then built a 10' harness and ran out the blockoff for the clutch pedal and ran along the inside of the fender with the factory harness to the TIPM module. Right now the harness is terminated there. I am deciding on wether or not to build my own 4 relay block or just buy an sPod and use that.
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