I have one inside just to the right of the emergency brake lever. Cause the daytime running light and high beam share the same bulb (6v vs 12v) the 6v is enough to trigger the relays. So you have to prime the system with the switch before they fire the high beams. :smileNice work...something you may want to consider is installing a bypass switch for those light bars...they are flood lights and as soon as you turn on your high beams in rain, fog or snow you are gonna be blind as a bat...
To wire the roof lights; the trim piece that goes from the windshield to the first roof rack rail can just slide out. Pull back the roof section and then slowly pull out the section that slides into the windshield. It's very easy to see how it all works once it's out. You then run your 14GA wire from the lights underneath the first post trim. That little bit just lifts up and you tuck it underneath. Then run the wire under the roof trim area, insert the rubber trim and push the wire underneath the main window trim section that covers only the windshield.Please Can you tell me how you wire the roof light
And upload pictures from roof line wire
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You can find plenty of nice fitting switches at sites like Ali Express, even with amber LED back light.
Unfortunately, the switches pictured do not fit the RAV4. They are for other Toyotas.this switches are cool! nice find.
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Very nice Rav4 man! Let me know if you want to meet up for a photo shoot sometime, I am also located in Calgary. I have a 16mm F/2.8 lens that takes awesome automotive photo's.The cargo basket is a Thule Canyon 859. Here's another photo of it. I bought it off a Canadian website called Racks For Cars.