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Got my notification email from IAG this morning at 6:30am. The 4 door were already out of stock at 7:30am when I tried to order. Bummer
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Your Bronco manual shows you colors, amp draw, and locations for the factory auxiliary switch wiring. You can then pick which one you want to use and connect to that wire. If you are using an aftermarket aux switch panel you should refer to the installation manual for that panel on how to wire it in. It just needs a 12V feed to power it.
Given the location of the tap at the driver side fuse harness at the knee bolster and yes I do know where the factory switch wiring is do you have any instructions or recommendations on the easiest
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Given the location of the tap at the driver side fuse harness at the knee bolster and yes I do know where the factory switch wiring is do you have any instructions or recommendations on the easiest
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The easiest is run it through the grommet above the pedals. Very short easy run to the aux wiring in engine bay.
 

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Perfect thank you!
For those wondering - its to the left of the brake pedal here and has a zip tie around it

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This picture is someone is pushing a heavy gauge subwoofer amp wire (red) through - use a clothes hanger and some tape.

Here it is coming through engine bay - the auxiliary wiring bundle is easily accessed from here:

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There's gonna go a half day and hours of frustration I can tell....once it's Spring so I can drop the top and do this. Yikes. Not looking forward to that process.....ah well, what did I expect?
 

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Your Bronco manual shows you colors, amp draw, and locations for the factory auxiliary switch wiring. You can then pick which one you want to use and connect to that wire. If you are using an aftermarket aux switch panel you should refer to the installation manual for that panel on how to wire it in. It just needs a 12V feed to power it.
One last dumb electrical question - you mention 12 V feed, if we are using aux switches, 1 and 2 are 30 and 15 amps respectively. Which switch would take that 12 V load and what gauge wire would you recommend since the switch harness butt stops near the circuit tap and we will have to run our own from the harness to the auxiliary wiring bundle in the engine bay.
 

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One last dumb electrical question - you mention 12 V feed, if we are using aux switches, 1 and 2 are 30 and 15 amps respectively. Which switch would take that 12 V load and what gauge wire would you recommend since the switch harness butt stops near the circuit tap and we will have to run our own from the harness to the auxiliary wiring bundle in the engine bay.
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Spell it out, will ya? I'm a freakin' accountant, so consider....lol. We want this is a powered switch so it'll work when truck isn't on, right? And how much power will it draw? So which switch? thx
 

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Spell it out, will ya? I'm a freakin' accountant, so consider....lol. We want this is a powered switch so it'll work when truck isn't on, right? And how much power will it draw? So which switch? thx
Exactly and the switch will allow us to turn on the interior lights when someone drops something while driving and and needs light to find it. I have kids - happens all the time in the back seat cave. Want to make sure I do this correctly the IAG 12 V comment concerns me
 

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Exactly and the switch will allow us to turn on the interior lights when someone drops something while driving and and needs light to find it. I have kids - happens all the time in the back seat cave. Want to make sure I do this correctly the IAG 12 V comment concerns me
we just need to know the amperage it draws at 12 V
 

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Looks good .... how about a light for the glove box?
 

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we just need to know the amperage it draws at 12 V
I’d assume those little lights will definitely be under 10 amps. So any switch will work.

Also that chart you posted is outdated.
Aux 1 is 30 amps
Aux 2 is 15 amps
Aux 3-6 are 10 amps

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I’d assume those little lights will definitely be under 10 amps. So any switch will work.

Also that chart you posted is outdated.
Aux 1 is 30 amps
Aux 2 is 15 amps
Aux 3-6 are 10 amps

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Are those all powered? I seem to remember that only a couple are....
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