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Which Wires do I tap? rwenzing, ne3lz?

Im looking for the wires for the both right and left turn signals. Also looking for the wire that controls the stock dome light. I need them behind the dash on the cab side of the fire wall. Can you help me out?
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Front left signal: light green/white
Front right signal: white/light blue
Location: harness on left side of column to the firewall connector on the driver side.

Dome light power out from SJB: black/light blue
Not sure of the exact location for 2004 but I believe it drops down from the dash to the left side of the trans tunnel under the carpet, then back to a connector under the driver seat.
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Thanks, I knew I could count on you!

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