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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old Jul 27th, 19, 10:57 AM Thread Starter
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Sail Panel Lights

Is it possible to add the sail panel lights in a car that has a dome light my car is far from
original and I really like the look of those lights anybody ever done this or even added these lights
is there a conversion kit out there for this?


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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old Jul 27th, 19, 12:07 PM
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Re: Sail Panel Lights

I am not aware of a kit but the parts are available from Ricks.

The wiring harness plugs into the taillight harness, in the trunk, just below the package shelf on the left side.

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I am not aware of a kit but the parts are available from Ricks.

The wiring harness plugs into the taillight harness, in the trunk, just below the package shelf on the left side.

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Thanks Roger is this the same place the trunk light plugs in to?
Also would it work with the dome light as well?


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Re: Sail Panel Lights

This is a picture of the dome light connector in the trunk. There is just one connection so if to want to power the dome light and sailpanel lights you would need to splice into the orange and white wire. Please know the orange wire is hot all the time. Be sure you unplugged the harness or disconnected the battery if you try splicing the orange wire. If you remove the sail-panels, it will be obvious we’re the the lights mount. Be sure you get the correct, two contact bulbs for the sailpanel lights. The wiring for the right sailpanel light is routed under the package tray, close to the rear seat divider to the right sailpanel.





This is a picture of the harness from HBC that shows the clips that attaches the wiring to the package tray.

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This is a picture of the dome light connector in the trunk. There is just one connection so if to want to power the dome light and sailpanel lights you would need to splice into the orange and white wire. Please know the orange wire is hot all the time. Be sure you unplugged the harness or disconnected the battery if you try splicing the orange wire. If you remove the sail-panels, it will be obvious we’re the the lights mount. Be sure you get the correct, two contact bulbs for the sailpanel lights. The wiring for the right sailpanel light is routed under the package tray, close to the rear seat divider to the right sailpanel.





This is a picture of the harness from HBC that shows the clips that attaches the wiring to the package tray.

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Thanks Roger when you remove the sail panel what holds the light in place are there screws that come with it?


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Re: Sail Panel Lights

This is the sailpanel. The light fixture screws to the panel. My light were original so I couldn’t tell you if the screws come with the fixture.



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