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BPella

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    BPella
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    St. Pete, FL
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    2019 Silverado LT LD (2018 body)

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  1. Tapping 524 and 307 will turn on the lights when the turn signal switch is activated (your #2). You will need separate left and right relays with the coils tapped to 524 and 307 respectively. For lights powered only with truck power on, use the cigarette lighter below the radio. I will send details about the goofy 3-way fuse with a photo. You will need power inside the cab and the easiest way is using a fused wire from the battery, through the top of the passenger side fender, into the body grommet then run under/behind the glove box. I have my power run and have removed the flip down storage box beside the lighter in the dash with the intention of building a custom console (removing the jump seat). I bought cheap 8 GA jumper cables, cut the ends off and split red and black wire and then ran the red from the battery. ($10 at Harbor Freight instead of $25 for regular 8GA wire). Also I am Bernie Pella in Saint Petersburg, FL. I really like the LD, it is special and the Unicorn truck. Also, it is the last year to do any HP Tuners computer changes. I will delete the DOD as soon as the warrant is out using HP Tuners. I will post some photos this week
  2. I have a 19 LD LT. First, there is a goofy, bigger than normal, 3-prong big fuse on the passenger side fuse box which controls the in dash cigarette lighter. With the fuse in one position, the lighter is always on, with the fuse in the other position, the lighter is switched on by the ignition. This is what I am using for the ignition source for my interior relay for woofer, heated seats, and other improvements I am making to my 19 LD. The easiest way to get power into the cab from the battery is via the passenger side. There is a rubber grommet just above the upper passenger door hinge. Run a cable from the battery (also on passenger side) through the back top of the fender to the grommet above the hinge. This grommet matches up inside the dash to the side of the glove box. There is an interior access with a slight offset from the grommet hole the run your wires as needed for radios, lights, etc. I am building a custom console to replace the jump seat to hide the amplifier and sub-woofer plus add switches for heated seats and inside the bed lighting (I have tonneau cover). If you have questions, let me know. The cigarette lighter and storage area are easily removed with 3 screws providing access to the back of the cigarette lighter.
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