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    Hello , My name is Dan and I'm a new member from Vermont, this looks like a great site, found it by googling. I have a 2001 1500 GMC Sierra that I'm going to add cab lights too, I love cab lights on a truck, think they really make it look like a truck. I would like to know if the plug-in for the cab lights is on the right or left side of the dash? Any help would be greatly appreciated, Thanks, Dan

    Hello, I"m new to this site and I may have posted this in the wrong section earlier so will try it here. I have a 2001 GMC 1500 Sierra that I want to add cab lights to. Would like to know where the plug in is for the cab lights so I don't have to put a switch on the dash to turn them on and off with. Thanks, Dan
    Last edited by unplugged; 10-11-2009 at 09:08 AM. Reason: duplicate

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    Found the plug-in for the cab lights today at work, its on the fuse panel on the right of the dash if anyone is interested. I will have to order the plug-in adapter from my local GM dealer to plug it in as factory, Dan

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    Found out from my local GM dealer that the wiring harness for the cab lights is a discontinued item, at least for a 2000-20001 truck.
    Last edited by ChevyDan; 10-14-2009 at 07:10 AM. Reason: Forgot to add some data.

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    The factory harness shouldn't be too hard to fabricate. Leads for power and ground should be all you need and the matching connector. You should be able to cannibalize the connector from another harness. Boneyard should get you what you need or perhaps the dealer has just the connector or a different harness that has the same connector. Also there is the tried and true method of splicing....the butt connector.
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    Welcome to the site! Good Luck.
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    Hello, I picked up all the stuff I need to make my own harness this past weekend, called a couple of junk yards to see if I could at least find a factory plug I could use on the plug-in end, but no luck.

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