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clearance lights!!! HELP

Hey Guys I have a 1999 F250 SD I just ordered some clearance lights from RECON I had a question if the wiring part is default thats all im kinda worried about, I mean drilling in to my roof is scary but im gonna measure 1000 times.
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Just run them down the passenger side A pillar. There is a built in connector you just tie into. Very simple its a brown wire just Google the diagram.

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Yup you just take off the passenger side kick panel and its a grey connector with 2 wires ( brown and black) running to it.

I'm just about to do this myself, later on today but I'm being different and putting 7 lights up top

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