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2020 AT4 switch cluster

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I have a couple of questions about the bank of switches in the 2020 AT4, located right under the temp controls.

 

1. Has anyone taken that part of the dash apart? If so, any suggestions or pics?

 

2. Are the two “empty” switches on each end purely for decoration or are they potentially ready to be wired?

 

These are the ones I’m referring to:

 

 

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Thanks!

 

 

 

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Far left is for the Lane Keeping on/off. Far right is for the power running board.

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Far left is for the Lane Keeping on/off. Far right is for the power running board.

Thank you. I don’t have either option so now I just need to disassemble that part of the dash...wonder if anyone has done that yet.


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i was wondering the same thing and im interested in you're results

wanting to add a switch for the grill lights and that spot would be perfect

 

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Huh... My 2020 has one large hill decent control... Could that be replaced with a power running board switch?3fc627fb8ff937d1733a17b608fb7b80.jpg

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I decided to use one of extra switches in the switch cluster. I want to save those for future adds (power boards and maybe a winch). Instead, I ran an illuminated toggle directly below the parking brake button. Easy to reach, out of the way, and low enough that the switch illumination does not affect interior cab lighting at all, night or day.

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