Kinda feel like i am having this conversation with myself but here it goes.
First off while this write up may seem vague i have to admit that I am not an electrician or a mechanic it is just what I tried and it worked for me. An the result was this:
In the above photo I have the "auto switch in the wrong location. The auto switch is unique of the rest. it must be put back in the same position and direction or your auto window will not work.
The since it is imposable for me to replace the little green light inside with a blue on i just blocked the green light and installed 5mm blue leds( but i recommend using 3mm blue led 5 was all I had) and pointed then at each switch inside and relied on the properties of fiber-optics to exit the switch at the top.
While I can not do a complete write up on this I will put as much as I can in point form.
The 2 door switches on the passenger side were really easy to do. What you have to do is take the switches out and take them apart so that the circuit boards are exposed. then plug them into the truck and turn the lights on and the key on. then you have to take a volt meter and find the positive post. each unit will have one + and multiple negative power sources(one for each item ie power window,power lock) but you have to use the negative power source that is not for the power lock or a window. this source is likely for the original lights(i hope anyway) To find a negative power source on the board that is free first find your positive source(should only be one in each unit) then go to your first negative power source. with the meter on these 2 sources try all the switches an watch the meter for a fluctuation in power. if you see a fluctuation do not use that negative power supply. Use one that you can not find a fluctuation for any of the switches.
For some reason i can not put 5 lights in a series so 4 lights go in a series and on light is by itself. The light that is by itself I gave 2 680 1/8 watt resistors and the series of 4 got one 680 resistor. The single switches on the passenger side I gave each 1 680 resistor as well.
to do this you will need
hot glue gun
3mm led lights with the tops sanded off to disperse light
680 ohm 1/8 watt resistors
some tiny wire(i just used resistor clippings)
The hot glue is to glue the lights down and to insulate and secure wire where you see fit.
When you are power testing the board on the driver side the passenger side must be plugged in as well and visa versa.
The insides of these units are filthy so clean any areas that you use hot glue on.
I cant really think of anything else.
Sorry I do not have the time to do a complete step by step thingy. I just do not have the time.