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KC lights

Can you guys post some pics of were you put your relay switch for your KC lights. I want to move mine but dont know were to.

Also what order to the wires go in the back of the switch. I have green, white, and brown wires. I took them off to move the switch and cant seem to get them back on right.

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I used a different switch for mine.
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Here is were I have mine. I want to cahnge it.


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top is for the kc's bottom is for backup lights, middle is an extra....
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right lower side of radio bezel (where the stock switch would be)
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Damn.. guys I like your set up.

How do I get the radio bezel off. I am gonna do that.

Bump: Also what order to the wires go in the back of the switch. I have green, white, and brown wires. I took them off to move the switch and cant seem to get them back on right.

EDIT: do you have to unscrew the two bolts above the HVAC to get the bezel off?
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the middle is the lead mire, the post right be hind the led is negative, and the otherside is positive.

Remove bezel. two bolts but the hvac controls and pulls right off.
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Here is were I have mine. I want to cahnge it.


I run my switch on the center console on the floor you can see it in the right hand corner of your pics, then I run the front two on the factory fog light switch but I would choose those other guys set ups, haha they are nicer.
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i don't have KC's so i don't count here, haha jk.
heres the switch for my piaa's, very old picture, may of 05 haha, stupid stock radio RIP.

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heres my switch, i actuly have 2 of these mounted right next to each other as of now, and a simmilar one next to them

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^ lazyass, you have one just like the other two somewhere lol.
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sorry no pics, but i have a switch from auto zone that has sticky tape and stuck it to the dash directly next the the steering wheel on the left side
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How about just using a stock switch.

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I dont have one of those bezels. Is it just plug and go, or is there any work that has to be done to get the lights to work?
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to use that switch you'd need to fine what color wires on the switch do what
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The "mount" for the extra switch is already on the back of the bezel. It's just a matter of CAREFULLY cutting out the hole to slide the switch into. As for the wiring, somewhere around here I have the diagram Bob gave me. It's not bad once you know what wire is what.
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