So I just installed and all works well! Thanks for the info all, I liked this approach over the overhead switch so it pushed me to go ahead. I mainly realized I would like it on when I'm loaded in the back and can't see out of my rear view, but now I can!
Did hit some snugs
, so I'll share them for all who decide to tackle this and don't wanna do the same mistakes.
First cut didnt work. Croms pic was a bit confusing when he points out the red wire to cut on connector IN1. In the picture it points to the one next to the white wire, but it is actually another red wire that is on the opposite end next to a yellow wire like khx73 showed in the second picture. I had what looked like a combination of both pics on my connector. The correct one is the one next to the yellow wire towards the top of the connector when connected.
Originally Posted by Crom
Find the Rev Wire pictured below
Originally Posted by khx73
Power did not work at first. The Mini Add-a circuit was confusing because I didn't really read the back as Crom said. You have to put 2 fuses
on it. Fuse A is for the fuse you replace on the fuse box (I used the one named Gauges (7.5A)), and Fuse B is for the added circuit (put 3A fuse). The kit comes with the extra fuses needed.
I made my wires 12" and mounted my switch in the same place under the steering wheel. Length came out perfect, might want to add an inch/two just in case.
Mounting the switch. You need to remove two screws located behind the steering wheel. To access them, turn on the truck and turn the wheel 90 gegrees in each direction. You'll see the screws show when the wheel is turned. This will allow you to remove the plastic bellow the steering wheel for proper installation of switch.
. Thanks again