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Old 10-28-2013, 03:43 PM
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Default OE cab light kit install problem

I just installed a OE cab light kit on my 2012 Ram. Having installed a few of these kits on older Rams, I wasn't expecting to have any problems but I did.

The instructions said to tap into the WT/LG white with light green wire for power. On my truck, that wire powers the cargo light from the dash mounted switch.

Can anyone ID the correct wire for the parking lights?

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Where exactly are you trying to tag this into? If its the tail light (Left) the wires are WT/DG(Dark Green) This is the rear turn lamp driver. WT/LG(Light Green) This is the park lamp feed. And BK This is the ground wire.

This website is where i get my wiring diagrams from. you might want to see if you can go into the cargo lights that are into the third brake light rather than the running lights on the back. you might also consider going to the front headlamps where the front running lights are.

https://techauthorityonlinedemo.extr...ew/classic.htm
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