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Unread 11-26-2012, 01:23 AM   #5
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Ludedude said, "The trick though, if I remember correctly, is that the factory harness dims the negative side of the circuit as opposed to the positive side like you'd expect. This means you need to run wire to both sides of the switch as opposed to just using a single positive wire and grounding to the chassis normally."


Ludedude, 'Thanks for posting the info I'm installing an sPod and the (Tacoma) directions still need some custom tweaking to work on the
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and I'm using some SPDT and SPST switches w/double LEDs. A bit of head scratching. but making progress.
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