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Wiring roof mount on a 2010 GMC

Discussion in 'Strobe Lighting' started by wkahler, Aug 22, 2010.

  1. wkahler

    wkahler Senior Member
    Messages: 250

    Was wondering the easiest way to get the wire from my roof mount strobe in to the cab to wire into a switch. I no i can get a wire in behind the seat but it will require me pulling my single seat out, which i will probable have to do in order to get my strobe cables into the cab, but not really decided yet!
  2. EGLC

    EGLC PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,733

    far as cable from roof to inside of cab, i've seen guys go in through the 3rd brake light. personally that looks the cleanest. what i did was since all my lights are in the backrack i ran it through backrack tubing, down to frame rail and drilled out a 1" hole under backseat. then once all wires were in cab i sealed it shut.

    far as running wires inside cab, you dont have to pull the seat out....run it in between the posts under carpet. that's how I did it on my '03....or even better is to run it from backseat -> under carpet -> rear of center console -> to the dash.
  3. wkahler

    wkahler Senior Member
    Messages: 250

    How is the easiest way to run them through the brake light? I thought about that and was just concerned about the chance to have a leak?? I like that idea just want some pictures of possible some tips to make it done and look nice!
  4. mike1316

    mike1316 Senior Member
    Messages: 155

    There are plugs under cab on the drivers side i took them out ran in there and then seal it up
  5. wkahler

    wkahler Senior Member
    Messages: 250

    I thought about mounting it to the top and putting a weatherpack connector on it to take it off during the off season, but the wiring will still be there for the next year all i have to do is plug it in.