RJ-11 connector, and I think it's the two center pins that are used for power and ground. Worst case take your existing plug and verify with a volt meter.
I did that for my old Radar. Constant power. Not switched.Why not pull it from the overhead display console area above the rear view mirrow (that has the interior lights in it)?
This is what I was trying. Did you have to take off the dash piece in order to get to the wire? If not then where is the wire I am looking for?I just hard wired my radar detector a few days ago. Ran the wire across the headliner edge, down the driver side pillar, back towards the center above the brake/gas-pedal, and wired in to the cigarette lighter. Only took about 30 minutes all total.
Another vote for this easily accessed source of switched 12V power.Behind the Cig lighter is where I connected my GPS.
Most important, with all the ECM controlled stuff in these trucks, the Cig lighter is the only known safe wiring place to me.Another vote for this easily accessed source of switched 12V power.
Yes, the radio bezel just pops off. Best place to start I found was the upper right near the gauges. Use a plastic trim tool and pry it off. (Like the ones you get thru Harbor Freight) Some guys say they use their fingernails, but that thing is on there pretty tight. Once you get it started, just walk it around. Goes easy after the initial start. I wouldnt use anything metal as it may ding up or scratch the plastics.This is what I was trying. Did you have to take off the dash piece in order to get to the wire? If not then where is the wire I am looking for?