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Old 10-16-2009, 09:49 AM
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Recon Super duty sill plates. how to?

Hey guys. Heading to a buddys in a few to install the superduty sill plates. Does anyone know what exact wires to tie into? It would be a huge help so I dont have to bust out the wire prodders. lol. Thanks Ryan
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Hey guys. Heading to a buddys in a few to install the superduty sill plates. Does anyone know what exact wires to tie into? It would be a huge help so I dont have to bust out the wire prodders. lol. Thanks Ryan
Long gone thread, but did you ever figure out what wires needed to get ties into? i am gonna be installing these and any help would be great!

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I would hook them up to the door ajar signal wire. Find a power for it and hook the ground to the dark green wire with purple stripe on the driver side and the white wire on the passinger side. The drive side wire is under the existing door sill and the passinger side wire is up by the kick panel in the large wire loom. Hope this helps.
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awesome! I will try that! thanks for the help!
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Well Biggs i tried what you suggested, i actually have under body lights i am trying to hook up too. so i hooked the power up to the battery source so i knew i had power just to test this out and then hooked up to the green w purple strip, there were like 4 in that bundle i swear and 2 of them were constant power and never shut the light off and the other 2 were no power. I have no f'in clue what i am doing wrong but i am starting to get pissed off. uhhh.
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bringing this back, did you figure it out? plus can i get some pics, i know that recon took them off of their site and id love to see these things
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No i am an idiot apparently and can't get hooked up to the correct wires or something. It is driving me crazy. Plus it looks like the door sills would fit a little funny, you would need to cut some of the plastic from both sides of where the door sill sits in order for it sit flush. or you just put the recon ones on top of the factory door sills but to me that looks retarded.
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huh, ya i dont know because they took them off their website too
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Man I am sorry that I didnt clarify this but those wires are ground signaled wires. Hook the power to consistant and ground it to those wires and it should work man. Sorry about that man. Let me know if that works.
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Man I am sorry that I didnt clarify this but those wires are ground signaled wires. Hook the power to consistant and ground it to those wires and it should work man. Sorry about that man. Let me know if that works.
Ok so i take the positive wire and hook that to a constant power right? then take the negative and hook it to one of those wires you mentioned? Should there be more then one wire that color in the bundle? Thanks sorry i am like the biggest moron when it comes to 12V.
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