32. Go to the back of your Renegade, open up the rear hatch and then use a trim stick to pry off the access panel on the driver side interior trim. NOTE: You will need to pry from the forward edge of the panel as shown.
33. Looking inside the access port, you will see a large white wing screw with a spring attached to the body toward the back of your Renegade. Remove this screw by turning it counter-clockwise.
34. You should now be able to pull the driver side rear tail lamp assembly away from the body of your Renegade.
35. Reach behind the tail lamp assembly and unplug it from the wiring harness.
36. Phish the red and black wires you installed previously down the rear quarter panel of your Renegade as shown.
37. Use a phillips screwdriver to remove the 1 screw securing the fender liner to the bottom of the rear bumper and the 3 screws securing it to the side of it.
38. Pull back the inner fender liner, locate the red and black wires you phished down in step #36 and then pull them through.
39. Wrap your red and black wires with electrical conduit and leave a gap where the wires will need to feed behind the tail lamp assembly.
40. Plug your tail lamp assembly back into the wiring harness.
41. Reinstall your tail lamp assembly making sure that the red and black wires feed through the small slot in the gasket as shown.
42. Secure the tail lamp assembly in place by reinstalling and tightening the large white wing screw with the spring attached. You will need to turn the screw clockwise to tighten it in place.
43. Reinstall the access panel back on to the rear trim.
44. Back under the driver side rear fender, remove the screw securing the fender liner to the rocker trim using a phillips screwdriver.
45. Using a 10mm socket, remove the plastic nut securing the fender liner to the body of your Renegade just behind the rear door.
46. Feed the red and black wire wrapped in conduit up and over the fender liner and then connect them to the KC LED Light Bar wiring that you cut back on step #23. While you can use solderless butt connectors to do this, I opted to solder them on and shrink wrap them to help ensure extra water protection.
47. Feed the wiring down into the cavity behind the rocker trim and then secure the fender liner back in place by reinstalling the plastic nut and phillips head screw.
48. Open the hood of your Renegade, take the wiring loom that comes with the KC LED Light Bar and feed the round plug end of it through the fender and toward the driver side door as shown. Push the plug through the black foam inserts that sit between the fender just in front of the door hinges. Note, there are multiple black foam inserts and you can slip the wiring between them.
49. Open the driver side door and pull the wiring loom all the way through as shown.
50. Under the driver side front wheel well, use a phillips screwdriver to remove the screw securing the fender liner to the base of the rocker trim.
51. Pull back the fender liner, pull the wiring loom through and then feed it down into the cavity behind the rocker trim as shown.
52. Reinstall the fender liner and use the factory phillips screw to secure it to the rocker trim.
53. Pull the wiring loom through the back of the rocker trim, plug it in to the KC LED Light Bar lead and lock it in.
54. Make sure all the wiring is tucked up and out of the way and then secure it in place by zip tying it to the holes on the rocker trim brackets as shown.
55. Back under the hood, remove the plastic cover on top of your battery by pushing on the 2 tabs and lifting up.
56. Connect the ring terminal of the black wire extending from the wiring loom onto the negative battery lead. You will need a 10mm socket to remove and reinstall the nut.
57. Connect the ring terminal of the red wire extending from the wiring loom onto the positive lead. You will need a 10mm socket to remove and reinstall the nut.
58. Reinstall the plastic cover on to your battery.
59. Look underneath your dash and you will find a rubber plug on the firewall near the brake pedal. Use a flathead screwdriver to help you pry it off.
60. Phish a straightened out metal coat hanger up through the firewall and up toward the battery.
61. Tape the wiring loom to the coat hanger and then pull everything back into the cab of your Renegade.
62. Cut a small slit into the rubber plug, feed the wiring loom through the slit and then reinstall the plug into the firewall.
You will need to determine where you want to install your switch and the kit comes with a wiring diagram to show you how to hook it up. I haven't installed my switch as of yet as I'm still waiting for Daystar to release their A-Pillar switch pod as I plan to use it.