Browse here: https://www.sylvania.com/en-us/applications/automotive-lighting-systems/Pages/lrgmain.aspxYes, I can confirm that this works for an SC. Works like a champ on mine, change the bulbs to LEDs while you're at it.
did you end up doing this? was this correct? I want to install some approach lighting but don't want to run into the fusebox or battery to power it since the green/white is just a ground. please let me know!So I have read through this post at least three times now. I have a question that I am pretty sure I have the answer to, but I just want to make sure!! I am NOT going to do the both dome lights on together mod, but I figured this is the best place to ask this question.
I am planning on adding a third "dome light" to the E. I want this dome light to act exactly the same as the dome light that lights up when you open the driver or passenger door. I want it to come on and dim after the set amount of time. This third dome light has its own switch, but the switch is only on and off, so this third dome light will only come on if the dome light is on. After reading all these posts, and reading the Electrical manual, this is what I want to do.
I will take the white wire with the blue stripe from C651 (light blue connector behind the glove box) and that will be my 12VDC+ to power on the third dome light. I will then take the green wire with the red stripe from the same connector, and that will be the ground for the third dome light. So my question is, is this correct???
Let me know, or let me know if this is unclear. Thanks.
I put in a 3rd dome (all as LEDs). It runs off the front dome wires.did you end up doing this? was this correct? I want to install some approach lighting but don't want to run into the fusebox or battery to power it since the green/white is just a ground. please let me know!
BRILLIANT! We just bought one and when I searched about it, your post came up. Will be doing this this weekend!! Thanks!Ok, I did this mod today and it works great. It was actually very simple and writing this post will probably take longer then it took to accomplish it. After doing a little research all you have to do is splice 2 wires right behind the glove box. There is a Green with White stripe wire and a Green with Red stripe wire that you hook together and walla both lights come on at the same time. I chose to use some splices that tap into the two wires and then made a jumper wire to connect them. If ever I don't want this mod all I have to do is remove the jumper. If you look at the pics I am posting it will show the type of splices I got from my local auto parts store. To get behind the glove box all I did was remove the stoppers and let it open all the way till it rests on the floor. Of course all the stuff in glove box falls out if you don't remove it. When you look inside and to the right there is a 2 connectors attached together. The one on the back side which happens to be blue has the green wires. Just splice them and your all set.