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Old 03-20-2013, 02:28 AM
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Default auxillary lights

Hi all, i'm fairly new here so bear with me. i'm wanting to add some auxillary lights (rigid industries E-series or D2's, haven't decided my layout yet) to my 2012 ram 1500 lonestar and i want to get the factory auxillary switches that replaces the RAM bezel on the dash under the climate controls. i want to have two lights (left and right) run off of only one of these switches. my question is, how would i do this, or if it's even possible without popping fuses and whatnot. i'm not sure how the wiring works for the switch panel itself, so any intel on this would be much appreciated
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