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RyanbabZ71

How-To: Install GMT900 Footwell Lighting.

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Glad this helped. How is the lighting with the 92 style? Did you use a different bulb?

 

They are quite bright. I used the 1992 recommended bulb. They easily fit in each corner of the dash. I only had to drill one hole in the dash on each corner. They look like they belong.

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They will stay on until the done light times out and when you unlock/open door so it is hot longer than the truck is on

 

 

Ryan

 

 

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So has anyone tried this on a 2014? The harness under the dash is different. Rather not poke random wires looking if I can help it.

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No idea havent seen a 2014 yet.

 

Bring it over we can get it hooked up :)

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If I leave right now I will be there Saturday.......ish

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So dug around a little and figured it out. Take a large black cover off, same at older model. The plugs are different but wire colors are the same. Look for the top left plug and the same two grey wires are for dome lights. You can see them from the pic pretty good. Other then that it was the same as other instructions.

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Cool

 

It's an awesome mod helps out in the dark

 

 

Ryan

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I got a $4 set of LEDs for this mod, but my 2009 seems to have different block connectors under the dash than what is shown. I verified i still need the grey wires, but from which connector?

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I still cannot believe that GM has not made this standard equipment on these trucks. The other head scratcher is the lack of an underhood lamp, option or standard equipment. Funny thing is that a brand new 2013 Chevy full size van that my company just bought has an underhood lamp, which is the same one used in the GMT800's.

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Maybe I should take these two $4 strips and place them under the hood.....hmmmm.

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Maybe I should take these two $4 strips and place them under the hood.....hmmmm.

 

I have some but havent figured how to make em work. Want to do my camaro also

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I have seen under hood kits. Just need to mount some sort of striker switch.

 

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Added underhood lighting to my camaro today. Have them on an on/off switch.

 

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