Dual Function Nissan Titan Wiring Harness (Running Light & Signal)
Kit Includes Driver & Passenger Sides!
This wiring harness kit converts the lights on your 2014+ Nissan Titan mirrors into dual functioning signal and running lights. Installation requires one wire to be ran to a power feed that is switched on with the running lights.
PROUDLY MADE IN THE U.S.A
- -Total Harness Length: 11 Foot
- -Fuse Rating: 1 Amp
FREE INSTALLATION VIDEO!
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Must have Titan Mod
I am all about simplistic subtle but effective modifications for my truck. This mod was a must have, inexpensive and easy to do. A definite recommendation to any Titan owners especially if you have the tow mirrors. IMO this should have been an included function by the manufacturer.
Easy and works great
This was just what I was looking for. Kit comes with everything you need to install. One tip I will give is when fishing the wire through the corrugated section from the door to the cab, just pull it loose from the door then from the cab. Next cut a metal coat hanger about 10”, make a small hoop on the end and use it to go through the corrugated grommet then attach the wire to the hoop. Take your time and pull the wire though using caution not to catch any more wires. Works perfect and fast. Took about 45 minutes to install both sides and tie into the running light. I only tied int the driver side light then ran the passenger side under the carpet and tied into the driver side harness.
Really good experience
Very fast delivery, easy to install, should make a better install video with a mirror on the truck for exact wire placement.
Received my order in a timely fashion and Installation video made it easy to Install
The installation video provided by Boost Auto was extremely helpful. I didn't have to remove the mirror from the door. Would have been really helpful if the video illustrated which wire to tap into for the 12v keyed power and how to remove the door panel. I was able to find a video demonstrating both.