Another full day in the shop. Didn't get nearly as much accomplished as I would have liked. Started by wiring up the interior lighting circuit. First I wired it up as the factory had it, then I tried adding the RAP module (it kicks the lights on at key off, fades them out, uses door switches to kill accessories). For some reason I couldn't wrap my head around how it was supposed to be wired. The digram isn't the best and they don't really explain what is needed for it to function correctly. Apparently I'm not the only one who has struggled with this because Google had a bunch of links to people with the same questions. Eventually I figured it out. The door switches needed to be taken out of the lighting circuit and tied only into the module, with a new ground wire going from the module to the dome circuit. Once that was figured out, it was easy enough to finish the rest of the wiring for the auto headlights/retained accessory power. It looks worse than it is in the picture. Still, once everything is in, I'll go back and straighten it out some. Above the fuse block is the "switched power" bus bar. Because the Bp harness handles the fuel pump wiring, I repurposed the EZ's fuel circuit for that... already had a relay and fuse in it. The 3 relays next to the box are what it uses to switch power for the lights and whatever accessories you want. The 4th one is the horn relay. These are the constant and ground bus bars. The hot one is tied into the stud by the battery and has a Maxi fuse on it. The ground goes directly to the negative battery cable. This was the best spot I could find for them, not really a lot of flat open areas under the dash without drilling into the cowl. All 3 bars have covers the will go on at the end. To the right of the pedals went the command box for the gauges. It fit pretty well there and gives good access to the terminals. Only about half of the inputs are connected right now. The ones from the PCM (vss, tach, check engine) need to be run into the cab still. I intend to have the 4x4 light, cruise light, and brake warning light all work too. Didn't get to any of the door wiring like I wanted to. That will be the next project.