Aftermarket Auxiliary switches

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I initially thought that I didn't want to give up my sunglasses holder for the auxiliary switches, because I knew it would be some time before I started adding aux peripherals. So, now here I am, ready to add some stuff and am having difficult time deciding where a set of aftermarket switches could go. I don't want them below the dash and out of site.

Has anyone added switches post ordering? Would love to know what others have done, what switch set up they used, etc.

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I thought I read that the wires are there under the sunglasses holder.
 
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I thought I read that the wires are there under the sunglasses holder.
As in already there if if you didn't order the switches from the factory? I'll look into that.
 

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As in already there if if you didn't order the switches from the factory? I'll look into that.
Apparently. Not sure if it has the wiring runs to the cargo area, the dash, and the top of the windshield though.
 
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Go to the junkyard and get a set of switches from an F-Series.
Haha. Switches, brand new, are pretty cheap already. I'm just looking for location ideas—unless of course the wires are already run to the headerbar and then it's a no brainer.
 

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I was wondering about this, too. I bought someone else's order and it doesn't have aux switches.
 

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Same here, I just got my Bronco last week and already wanting to do some fun lighting….if the wires are already there then that would make life so much easier! Just order the switch box and hook it up.
 

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Same here, I just got my Bronco last week and already wanting to do some fun lighting….if the wires are already there then that would make life so much easier! Just order the switch box and hook it up.
We are waiting for someone to look and tell us!
 

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Go to the junkyard and get a set of switches from an F-Series.
I figured Bronco stuff would show up on Tasca's parts website soon(ish) - didn't think to check for F-series trucks...

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