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  1. Yea it’s an option on the Canadian trucks as well!
  2. good question, its not very clear is it. im always hesitant to drill into my truck no matter where it is! this may be a case of better to bring it to an upfitter?
  3. Nice work! I had the dealer install the new kick panel with the switches and run the wire through the firewall when my truck was in for an oil change. Definitely the hardest part. I finished up the easy parts haha. But nice write up! Hopefully you continue the thread with the accessories you install and connect to the switches. Also a quick tip, you can use the 5th aux button it’s just pre wired to a blunt cut wire in the roof spoiler. Thinking for emergency light or back rack lights. Also I agree with you lol, Ford did do their upfitter switches better with the connections under the hood (pains me too lol). We just bought an f250 for one of our guys and it’s way easier to connect stuff. The switches on the overhead console is kinda cool too...
  4. Wired mine into the aux switches. Nice to have a factory switch to turn em on and off. Use the remote to set the colour and brightness.
  5. Yea they are really nice. Tied my interior footwell lights into one of them, have some strobe lights tied into another and working on a front light bar for aux 3. Nice to have lots of switches for future equipment! Here’s One of the threads where they are discussed. Let me know if you need any other info. https://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/topic/228976-anyone-get-the-9l7-upfitter-aux-switches/page/4/?tab=comments#comment-2393894
  6. Think you may be looking at the k2 or old body style diagram. That part is for the actual switches themselves. Remember it’s colour dependant too. I have the walnut interior. See below. And no it’s just the 5th switch that is pre wired for a roof emergency light. You could still use It just have to connect into the wire in the roof spoiler. There is a technical bulletin on the upfitter website about it. Let me know if you need any other info!
  7. The gm aux switches are on the left side of the steering wheel now. Couple threads on here about them! They work great!
  8. Does your truck have the aux upfitter switches to left if steering wheel? If not you can use this bulletin to tap into the existing wiring that is in roof. Depending if you have a spoiler or not, May involve some drilling.... https://www.gmupfitter.com/files/media/photo/1329/UI Bulletin_157.pdf
  9. correct. it was sitting on the lot with no snow plow prep package or any upfitter equipment on it. Another thing to note is that some trucks already have the fuseblock upgrade kit. As far as i can tell that only comes with the snow plow prep package, but there are some other trucks that have this kit already, but DONT have snow plow prep. I guess the point is, check your truck first & see if the upgraded fuse block kit is already there before you order it again!
  10. here are the parts i ordered & installed, right from the quote from my dealer. Note that i have the walnut interior in my truck meaning the part number for the knee bolster will be different if you have black...
  11. https://www.gmupfitter.com/files/media/photo/1329/UI Bulletin_157.pdf
  12. Yes, I believe it can be factory ordered as part of the snow plow prep package. But easy to add after the fact as well. Few threads on here about it. Here’s one!
  13. Aux switches are on the left of the steering wheel in this generation of trucks!
  14. Love that, any close up photos of how you mounted it?!
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