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Need help with the auxiliary switch part number

Discussion in '4th Gen DIY' started by abbttb, Dec 7, 2016.

  1. abbttb

    abbttb Member

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    I am wanting to do the auxillary button mod on my '16 2500. But my local dealer is not willing to help me research the part number. I have looked through several threads looking for a part number for the switch I need but I have not had any luck. Does anyone know the part number for the auxillary switch panel for a '16 2500 with traction control, tow/haul, rear park assist buttons on top and the 5 aux buttons on the bottom?

    Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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  2. yoda

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    This would be my best guess. 68241343AA.$111.00 List price. Get me the last 8 of your vin and i may be able to be a little more confident. There are a bunch of different sales codes/options/part numbers
     
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    Thank you Yoda, I sent a pm with the last eight.
     
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    As far as I can tell, that should be the correct number. Do the switches alone do you any good? Is the wiring there?
     
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    It looks like i will have to build the harness
     
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    Is there a connector package?
     
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    Do you know if the aux buttons use the same connector as the top row of buttons or is there a second connext on the swith with aux buttons? I haven't been able to find a picture of the back of the switch.
     
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    This is quite an undertaking, requires an additional aux pdc unit mounted under the hood, wiring harness and a sales code which may prove near impossible to get. Here is the directions for 14 & 15, don't think it changed much for 16. I do believe that it is one connector for all of it though yours may not have the wires for it in the connector.

    http://www.rambodybuilder.com/2015/docs/ram/ramaux.pdf
     
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    Thanks for the info
     
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    I'll be running the wires from the under hood connectors to the back of the Aux panel on a new 2016 2500 this week and I'll get you pics of the harness and connectors. Just finished doing two others this week but didn't think to take a few pics and post up for those who are looking into this. Just a heads up, like others here have said this will be no small undertaking and one thing to keep in mind, finding a keyed on circuit to tap into can cause the ECM/BCM to shut the truck off if either detects to much current draw? I'm just telling you this to be mindful of what you plan on doing with the switches.
     
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