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Old 02-18-2015, 01:01 PM
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Just bought my son a 94 F150. He wants to put cab marker lights on it. Any suggestions for kits? Anyone done this?
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I'm interested in this as well -- It looks like most kits are pretty universal and can be had for $30 or less. You have to drill and prep the metal for all the holes, and run the wiring down to a harness along the A pillar in the cab. Apparently it can be a reasonably challenging process especially if you don't have the patience.

Either way, I want to give this a crack this summer as well.
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Just investigate the bottoms of the markers, I picked up a set on amazon that had angled bottoms (^) instead of flat (--) and figured out they wouldn't mount correctly/create a seal. Luckily I did a dry run of placing them all out before I started drilling holes.
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If you want OEM quality buy Trucklite 25761Y from most truck parts suppliers. I have a set to go on mine.

Here is a decent set of instructions:
http://www.realtruck.com/shared/pdf/...structions.pdf
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Fishing the wiring to the holes for the lights is the hardest part. Definitely helps to have a second hand.
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These are not NOS, but the original marker lights look like part number 49-3700 here:
http://www.lmctruck.com/icatalog/fd/full.aspx?Page=80
The plug you want to plug into is on the passenger side inside the cab, behind the kick panel. This is from a '96 manual, but yours is the same. The plug is shown on the far right:
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I just bought a set off eBay for $40 and started drilling away. There's a plug behind the passenger side kick panel with a black and a brown wire that's power for marker lights. Also use lots of silicone to seal it up.

My roof had an insulation of some sort only in the one part that I had a hard time shoving the wires through, besides that it's pretty easy.

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I like these wireless ones no holes to drill from caboveramerica.com
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No holes no drilling with these I found at caboveramerica.com
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No wiring from these offered at caboveramerica.com
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