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I saw a similar post regarding the Opt7 Aura kit, which is what I’m installing, but none of those ports worked for me. I’m in a 2017 Sierra SLT Z71 and have the lights fully working besides the door open wire which needs to be connected to something that turns on when the doors are open or when the interior dome lights are turned on. Any suggestions would be great. 
 

I’m not sure if this is true but it looked like some wire ports are in different locations between the 2017 and the 2014-2016 considering the posts I have seen for this install have been from non 2017’s and above. 

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