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Old 02-08-2008, 06:28 AM
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CAB LIGHTS

MY TRUCK (06 F-250 LARIAT FX4 OFFROAD) DIDNT COME WITH CHICKEN LIGHTS(CAB LIGHTS)IF I HAD SOME PUT ON WOULD I HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT MY ROOF LEAKING.GUY AT LOCAL SHOP SAID THERES A NOTHER SHEET OF METEL ON TRUCKS WITH CHICKEN LIGHTS. NOT SURE WHAT HE WAS TALKN BOUT THOUGH. ANY HELP.
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Old 02-09-2008, 04:38 AM
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I would like to know also, good thread start !!
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Actually if you want to make it a real simple install.....you can buy all the parts from ford. There is a connector already there and a ford harnes available to install the lights. There is no difference in the trucks that came with cab lights and the ones that didnt The toughest part is drilling all those holes in your roof....it takes some serious guts!!!
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Marc what connector are you talking about? I drilled the holes myself and put mine on with no problems.. and no leaking for me... but I did use my uncles PSD (that he had at the time) to mearsure where mine had to be...
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Old 02-09-2008, 07:49 AM
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Marc what connector are you talking about? I drilled the holes myself and put mine on with no problems.. and no leaking for me... but I did use my uncles PSD (that he had at the time) to mearsure where mine had to be...
Id have to look to be certain...but i beleave the connector is at the top of the A piller on the drivers side.....its been so long since ive had a headliner out that i can remember......but ford already has all the pickups set up for cab lights. Alan did his own install using the ford parts...
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Old 02-09-2008, 07:51 AM
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ooo I don't think I saw that... must of missed it but then agian I was drinking... I just ran a wire to the drivers side parking lights and tapped into it there.... well I will have it off soon as soon as my gauges get here but I really don't think that it did come like that though..
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