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post #997 of 1002 (permalink) Old 02-26-2019, 04:38 PM
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by simply and cheaply fixing them. Check out this thread, it'll show you exactly how to do it, and you can pick whatever color you can find the LEDs in. I personally love the blue myself, my buddy did his in green. And alot of people have done them in white or various other colors

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How did you get your puddle lights blue?

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by simply and cheaply fixing them. Check out this thread, it'll show you exactly how to do it, and you can pick whatever color you can find the LEDs in. I personally love the blue myself, my buddy did his in green. And alot of people have done them in white or various other colors

https://www.cumminsforum.com/forum/2...dle-light.html
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If you ever loose it just look for one of my posts. that link is in my signature as the puddle lights are a common failure point. They get moisture in there and corrode the circuit board and quit working. there was a revision by MOPAR within the last couple years to fix that however. But this is a simple way to give your lights a custom feel, while maintaining the brightness. It's still one of my favorite things i've done to my truck

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If you ever loose it just look for one of my posts. that link is in my signature as the puddle lights are a common failure point. They get moisture in there and corrode the circuit board and quit working. there was a revision by MOPAR within the last couple years to fix that however. But this is a simple way to give your lights a custom feel, while maintaining the brightness. It's still one of my favorite things i've done to my truck
I've got a set of tow mirrors from trail ridge I put on because for whatever dumb reason my 3/4 ton didn't come with them.

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Looks good. Can you post a pic of how you mounted the lights for the steps?



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Hey Greg, i got my truck out for a head gasket this week, I'll post a pic when i get it back. Basically, just under the rocker panel is where the body is welded together. There is about 3/4in where i drilled and mounted the lights. I also have LEDs on my front and rear mudflaps, so wiring was easy for me to tap into the front flaps.
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Hey Greg, i got my truck out for a head gasket this week, I'll post a pic when i get it back. Basically, just under the rocker panel is where the body is welded together. There is about 3/4in where i drilled and mounted the lights. I also have LEDs on my front and rear mudflaps, so wiring was easy for me to tap into the front flaps.
Thanks! I know just the spot. Would still like a close up picture if you get a chance when you get your truck back.

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