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Old 10-25-2012, 10:38 PM
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Old 10-26-2012, 12:29 AM
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Np, I'm just trying to figure out if he wired in his reverse light as well. He never says in the thread if he does or not. Since I don't think the trailer wire harness has a reverse light option.
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Old 10-26-2012, 07:22 AM
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Yes he did, it would be the thin white wire. From what Ive read about my litebar, you have to wire the reverse lights in or it wont work. Tricky part is which wire on the 7 pin controls what
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From what I found when I searched it's the center pin that controls the reverse. And if dodge coloured them correctly on the truck it should be orange I believe?
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But from looking at the pic in that thread I think I might be wrong on the colour
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I know, his photo shows the white wire attached to a black wire, and the wire diagrams Ive found in my search is a purple wire for a back up. So, Im confused, and I cant seem to unhook it from the harness to see if there is a tag to see what color does what. Going to try again in the morning
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Ok, so I installed my CAI system today. One problem. Cant remove the sensor from the old tube! Twisted around and around while pulling up, no go. Even used a small screwdriver to gently try and pry it up while I twist it around. Nothing. Any suggestions?

Update!! My CAI is now FULLY installed, interesting how a warm engine helps things pop off easier
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Looks good bud, did you figure out the harness connections on the rear? too bad there isn't a straight quick connector.

looks good though!!
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Looks good bud, did you figure out the harness connections on the rear? too bad there isn't a straight quick connector.

looks good though!!
Yup, picked up a t connector from Custom truck parts for 30 bucks, Popped the one out of the bumper, clicked in the T connect. Wired up the reverse to the taillight. Then carefully threaded the direct wire up to the battery.

Went on VERY easily The bar is a lil crooked, had my sister help me and she got a lil eager HAHAHA
I have to disconnect the t connector, forgot to take a pic of it to show it.
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