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SUBJECT: # 13577: Does a Silverado have a spare switched circuit to the rear?

Submitted by Wackoman from Mexico on 2/13/2012 5:08:00 PM


Like for work lights or in my case to install LED lighting in the bed under the cap????


  1. 2/13/2012 10:11:00 PM Submitted by Beartrap from GA says if not-this works for me
    my truck has got the retractable cover (Roll N Lock)...I've got a couple of those battery powered led dome type lights that i stuck to each side of my truck bed back near tail gate plus one of the small led flashlights with magnets that i keep stuck to side of truck right under one of the lights.....this gives me enough light to put stuff in and out of the back of truck...those lights last a long time since you don't burn them much....

    Beartrap


  2. 2/14/2012 8:15:00 AM Submitted by MikeF from FL says probably but
    There is wiring for electric brakes but it would be just as easy to add wiring and a switch as to use the trailer brake wiring. If you get an inexpensive wiring kit for driving lights it will have everything you need to install the lights with a fuse and relay and a remote switch. It's no different than adding driving lights to your truck.


  3. 2/17/2012 10:58:00 PM Submitted by Dannyp #10341 from GA says Wacko
    I just wired mine into my Parking lamps. If I am just in the driveway and need them on I can just turn the on parking lamps and they are on. Going with Bluewaters?????


  4. 3/2/2012 12:32:00 AM Submitted by SurFishaLot #12110 from NC says How about the license plate light ???
    You can tap into the license plate light wiring and get your power directly from there or use that wire to trigger a relay to get a more power.

    I'm using the license plate light on my F250 to control a relay that powers all of the running lights on my trailer. (I had a failure in the fuse/relay panel that permanently killed the trailer running light circuit in the truck. This was a much cheaper solution than replacing the entire fuse panel.)


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