Core of any module I'm making is waterproof relay/fuse holder that can house either two 35A micro ISO relays (for power windows and locks) or two 20A ultra micro ISO relays and mini (ATM/APM) two fuses (for headlights, more details below). I'm also using high-quality 12 gauge GXL wire for all connections. Module itself is very compact and intended to be mounted inside tailgate or the door.
Installation is easy - you need to make 2 cuts in existing wiring, crimp 5 connectors, connect the module and mount it. I designed it to keep modifications to original wiring minimal and to be able to easily revert back to factory operation if desired. Headlight harness does not require any cutting at all - it plugs into your factory light connectors and power points.
Tailgate window module - $60 (domestic US shipping included)
Kit includes module itself with all wires, connectors and plastic mount plate with adhesive tape. All wires are labeled to make installation easy. If you prefer using butt connectors instead of quick disconnects - let me know, I can include them instead.
Here's how the kit looks:
I posted installation writeup with some pictures here, more detailed instructions are coming
Door window module - $60 (domestic US shipping included), coming soon
You'll need 4 of them to do all windows. Even though it's electrically same as tailgate one, but I still have to install and test on my rig and figure out wire length and connectors. Should be able to start shipping them in late March
Power locks module - $60 (domestic US shipping included), coming soon
One module serves all 4 locks. Will be available in late March (same as window modules)
Headlight module/harness - coming soon (if there's interest)
For headlight I have 2 options in mind:
- Compact - uses ultra micro ISO relays (max 20A for low beam and 20A for high) and two mini fuses. Enough current capacity if you plan to run standard 55/60W lights
- Power - uses micro ISO relays (max 35A for low beam and 35A for high) and external inline fuses. You need this one if you're planning to run high wattage light (like 80/100W). I expect it to be slightly more expensive
I'm finishing instructions now, will post them here next week
For any questions - feel free to ask me here or send me a PM