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Wiring diagram for tail lights

Tail light wiring diragram for 2005 HD

Wiring diagram for tail lights

Postby optimus prime [OP] » Dec 24 2012, 6:46pm

Hello
I need help finding a wiring diagram for the rear tail lights for the 2005HD.
I am wiring in a light bar.
Thanks :D
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Re: Wiring diagram for tail lights

Postby deathphoenix99 » Dec 26 2012, 3:32pm

I'd use the trailer connector harness located under the bed if you don't have a hitch, or plugged into the trailer connector if you do have a hitch. It's easier to access, but all of the diagrams should be in this link below.

http://www.gmupfitter.com/publicat/2005 ... C_Elec.pdf
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Re: Wiring diagram for tail lights

Postby optimus prime [OP] » Dec 28 2012, 8:30pm

WOW-- this is a great.
Thank you very much!!!!

This will help 100%.
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