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Unread 03-14-2014, 01:56 AM   #1
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Headlight Wiring?

Hey all, I'm trying to install a set of new gauge faces and the instructions say to wire them into the headlights. Anyone know where the low-beam wire is locate inside the cab? '02 Limited, Thanks!!!

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Hey all, I'm trying to install a set of new gauge faces and the instructions say to wire them into the headlights. Anyone know where the low-beam wire is locate inside the cab? '02 Limited, Thanks!!!
I would have to look at the FSM, or it might be on wjjeeps.com, but it's probably in C-1 or C-2 junction blocks near your fuse box, under the dash, and then they have to travel up your steering column, as the switch to turn them on, is there.

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I would have to look at the FSM, or it might be on wjjeeps.com, but it's probably in C-1 or C-2 junction blocks near your fuse box, under the dash, and then they have to travel up your steering column, as the switch to turn them on, is there.

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Alright, thanks!!
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