The install wasn't too bad, just depends on how neat you want it. I try to make mine look as factory as possible. The interior took longer for me, as I did the following:
1. Removed the two bolts from the a-pillar garnish to remove it,
2. Transferred the sound deadening material to the new a-pillar garnish,
3. Transferred the bolt covers to the new a-pillar,
4. Routed the wiring behind the dash to the floor,
5. Removed the 'oval shaped' (plastic) firewall plug that is bolted to the firewall,
6. Drilled a small hole in that plastic cover,
7. Attached a ground to the dash reinforcement,
8. Robbed a 12V key-on power source from an unused wire harness plug underneath the dash,
9. And then tapped into the dimmer circuit to make the gauge light dim.
UNDER THE HOOD
1. Unplugged the factory rail sensor,
2. Inserted the Isspro
3. Plugged one end into the sensor, and the other in the factory harness,
4. Carefully routed the gauge wiring towards the plastic plug plate,
5. Routed the wiring through the plug plate I previously drilled a hole in,
6. Routed that wiring up to the gauge and made the connections,
7. Secured any loose wiring,
8. Added a dab of silicone around the wires that ran through the plug plate (both sides).
Re-attached the a-pillar garnish inside the truck.
That is a rough run-down of what I did. If you have any questions, feel free to ask!
2008 Dodge 2500 Mega Ram, SLT, Powered by a little 'ol 408 cubic inch six cylinder!!!
Chrysler's warranty = Not worth the paper it is printed on!!!
Gone, but not forgotten!!!
1997 FORD F-250 HD
7.3L, XLT, Off-Road Package
3.55's, E4OD, 4wd, Dana 60 swap, 3" Sky RSK, 315/70/17's on Racelines.