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OHC Install Question

Can someone please measure the distance of the end of the headliner to the cut they made for the bracket?
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Can someone please measure the distance of the end of the headliner to the cut they made for the bracket?
theres a template on here some where you can find and print out
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i saw that and printed it out but it didnt line up with the bracket. it looked smaller in size
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does the tip of the ohc hit the tip of the headliner? or does the ohc go past the tip of the headliner by a little?
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while tapping into the dome light i broke the clip off to where it attaches to the cab and now that its all plugged in i might of blown a fuse? the dome light is not turning on or anything? any suggestions?
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someone please help lol
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Is that the ground you broke off? Maybe take pics of what you need help with
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its the 2 plugs that go to the domelight, i broke them off the clip when taking out the light, and its plugged in with no domelights or ohc lights working
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so the dome light for the truck and dome lights on the OHC dont work?
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check your fuses, might have popped one. if you plugged it back in atleast the truck d/l should work. Maybe you shorted something when you tapped the OHC lights to it.
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what fuse number is it?
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that I wouldnt know...I think the lid shows the fuse info as well as ur owner's manual. My 05 has different fuse box than you do I think.
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found it, #26
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the link didnt work, and do we have extra fuses on our trucks?? 10 amp fuse
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weird, works for me. I dont think we have spares. Just look for #26 fuse and make sure its not blown....if it is, pull a 10 from another spot and use that, if it pops again u have a short somewhere.
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where is the best place to pull a 10 from?
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#4 left headlamp. If it blows that one you still have one light :D
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first thing is to check the fuse, no need in worrying about replacing if its not blown
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it is a blown fuse, totally fried lol
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ok, replace with 10A, if it pops, you have a problem....trace ur wires and make sure you have no exposed wires and everything is hooked up where it should be
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what is 10A?
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10 amp fuse = 10A...........15A = 15 amp fuse
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g/l! Im out for the day.
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