Hey all, I'll keep the talk short and the pics plentiful. First, this is not my WK, I have a WJ. This is my best friend's Jeep, I do alot of work for him, this was just a project that turned out really clean so I figured I'd post it up. Feel free to ask me any questions on this.
Saguaro 4x4 panel http://www.saguaro4xcomponents.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=6&products_ id=56
Contura Style Rocker switches http://otrattw.com/
just so you know, the blue lens is an almost perfect match for the factory illumination. It makes it look like a dealer option it matches so well!
Custom bass knob for parts: Scosche RLC universal bass knob http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_10092_Scosche-RLC.html
Blank filler plug: http://otrattw.com/proddetail.php?prod=VHP-CAR
First, get your WK like this. The side trim panel pops off with clips and the front trim pops down on a hinge. The cubby pulls out, grasp firmly and pull out on it while prying the bottom of the cubby edge, itll come out with enough force.
The saguaro switch panel is cool, it works by sandwiching the trim between two metal plates, heres the back one in place
Then put on the front one and thread the four hex screws in
Tighten bottom screws first while lining it up to sit in flush then tighten the top ones
Dissassemble the bass knob, its pretty intuitive, bottom snaps off and knob pulls straight off and theres a small nut holding the pcb in the housing
Take your blank and drill a hole sized like the one in the bass knob's old housing and make whatever clearance necessary on the back side, I went at it with my dremel to remove unnecessary plastic
Mount the PCB to the back side and tighten the nut hand tight and then a little bit, too much will warp the plastic slightly
I put some tape over the pcb then popped the knob back on. The bass control has a soft click when its centered (50% volume) so put your knob back accordingly. I had it so 50% the indicator was pointed straight up. If you imagine a clock, 0% was ~7:00 50% was 12:00 and 100% was at ~5:00
I wired the bottom light to the dash lighting, spliced into the orange wire with grey stripe coming out of the HVAC:
Run all your wiring!
Then cable manage it!
And click the switches into place, beautiful!
Dash lighting is great and responds well to dimmer
All switches on
My iphone camera overexposed that last picture they are not annoyingly bright when the switches are on. If you stare at them, yes... but not distracting at all during the night time. If it bothers you than you can just not connect the ground for the top light and it wont light up.