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post #1 of 3 Old 08-13-2017, 06:15 AM Thread Starter
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Which wire to connect to for my A-pillar accessories switches

I have my A-pillar switches mounted and just want to double-check which wire I should connect to on my 2012 jku to run the accessory lights inside the switches. Everything I have read said to connected to the orange radio wire but I want to double-check before I make the connection thanks
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On the early models it was the orange with gray stripe behind the heater controls. It still might be on the 12+ models.

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Well I finally got around to checking it and the orange wire at the radio it's not the correct one so what I ended up doing is just connecting it to the low beam headlight circuit and that's been working good. They do go out if I use the high beams or day time lights are on but that has not been an issue. One side benefit is they do come on if you open the door.
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