Introduction: How to Install LED Roof Cab Lights
LED Roof Cab Lights are highly versatile and extremely customizable, making it pretty functional to install on practically any truck, SUV, or RV. It doesn't matter if your vehicle doesn't come with roof cab lights because you'll be drilling holes to install this product anyway. This product comes with 5 cab roof LED lights, 10 screws, and 10 washers.
There are many ways to power up this LED. What you could do is add a switch or use the existing truck interior light switch. In this case, we are using the truck's interior light switch to power up the LED roof lamps.
This installation will take the place of one of the front map lights, but you will still have access to the other existing map light so you will still have enough lighting in the interior of your car.
Remove the entire front map light assembly, exposing the wires.
Climb up to the roof of your truck. If your car already has an existing apparatus on the roof, such as a rack or an antenna, you don't need to remove these in order to install this LED roof light. You just need to install these LED Roof Cab Lights around it.
Carefully measure where you are going to install each individual LED roof lamp.
This is a general guideline for the measurements, but you don't have to follow it to a tee.
Screw in 3 holes per LED light: One for each end of the LED and one in the center for the wiring to pass through.
Use a screwdriver to screw in the LED light.
This is a general wiring guide to show you how to connect the positive and negative wire. You'll need to wire them in in parallel so use the electrical tape for the connections so that they can maintain a parallel wiring.
The red circle is a guide to show you where the wiring connections go. All wires will be eventually routed through here.
Test to make sure everything works and enjoy your new LED roof lights!
11 months ago
How does hooking cab clearance lights into your map light make sense? So you have to push on map light for them to come on? Weird? Wouldn't it make sense to wire into a light that comes on automatically like parking lights?
8 years ago on Introduction
Nice work! I think I need these on my old truck!