Deluxe Dome Lamp Dimmer Module for 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972 and 1973 Mustangs.Soften and modernize the interior lighting in your classic Mustang with this Deluxe Dome Lamp Dimmer Module. Stepping up from the standard module to the deluxe module provides your vehicle with a theater lighting effect which means the dome light gradually turns on and fades off. When the ignition power is off, the dome light delay is 10 seconds but if power is on, the dome light fades as soon as the door shuts. When a door is opened, the light gradually brightens to full intensity and when a door is closed, the light remains on for 30 seconds then fades off. If a door is left open, the dome light will automatically turn off after 10 minutes to conserve battery power. The dimmer module is compatible with LED and incandescent bulbs up to four amps.
- Controller unit
- Four T-taps
- Two zip ties
- One small crimp ring
- Four male 1/4" connectors
- 2" x 1-1/2" x 1" plastic enclosure with mounting tabs
- Internal 7-1/2 amp resettable fuse
- Delay period approximately 30 seconds when power switched off
- Fade function fully compatible with LED dome lights (Uses PWM to dim the lights)
- Fully potted
- 24" long, 18 gauge wires
- Microprocessor controlled
- Simple three-wire installation
- Made in the USA
Although still rather simple, the deluxe dome lamp dimmer module adds a few more connections to the installation process. Three wire taps are used on the existing wires going to the dome light and door switch. An optional connection made between two of these wires (as outlined in the installation instructions) gives the module full control of the dome light. Another wire needs switched 12V power and a fifth wire is attached to a ground. The deluxe module gets the most out of your dome light with perfect delays and theater lighting. Installation is a little more in depth but the benefits are well worth it.
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Can this be used with the footwell lights and aft console lights instead (66 Coupe)?
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