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Old 08-31-2016, 09:36 PM
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Bow Nav Light Replacement Process

I'm attempting to replace a broken Bow Nav Light (Red and Green LED). The old one was still working electrically. I have an '06 X15.

When I went to pull the old light off, I could only get about 6 inches of slack. I couldn't determine if I was supposed to be able to get more out, and if I was supposed to find a junction/splice point, or if I was supposed to be able to access the wires from underneath.

It feels to me like the wires are getting stuck on something when I'm pulling them out, but, I'm not entirely sure.

So, before I just cut the wire and splice in from above, I wanted to see if anybody had any experience with the wiring and its access/process.

Thanks for your help!

Tom
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