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Installing Amp running boards from a 2019 on a 2020

Discussion in '3rd Gen Tundras (2014+)' started by Quicksand2020, Sep 16, 2020.

  1. Sep 16, 2020 at 5:48 PM
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    ok i bought a pair of amp runnimg boards they cam off a 2019 tundra . The color wires on the amp boards are blue and white . Ive installed them .only issue im having is trying to find the trigger wires to plug them into .... now the color are different from a 2019 to a 2020 . If anyone can point me in a direction that be agreed
     
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    Any updates on this? I plan to do my install this weekend, emailed AMP a few days back with no response.
     
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    Try calling AMP. Email might take longer to get a response. They were very helpful when I called about bed extender brackets.
     
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    Figured it out thanks to Youtube.
     
  5. Sep 21, 2020 at 3:18 PM
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    Hey sorry hadnt had my phine what wires are you tieing into for the door triggers
     
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    If I can recall, drivers front are a light blue wire and a red. I forget which one is front and which is rear. For the passenger side, they are tan and green wires you'll need to tap into. Take a look at this guy's video. Although his is a different year, everything worked very similarly.

     
  7. Sep 22, 2020 at 7:58 AM
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    I have a 2020 and these are the wires from the passenger side. I'll take pictures of the drivers side later today. Hope this helpsIMG_20200613_170230.jpg
     
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    J's 4x4 ... thanks man that does help !!!!
     
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    Mine is done already so no point in changing it now, but where did you tap into the wires at? Looks like under the door plastic. I attached near the plug by the kick panel.
     
  10. Sep 22, 2020 at 9:39 AM
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    Yep wires are tapped under the door plastic. I can't take the credit as the team at 88 ROTORS hooked it up when I did my lift. I just took the pic when I did the wiring for my tailgate lock. Love those taps though. Easy to work with. I actually ordered some on Amazon.
     
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    Sbit can't find them taps anywhere ... well what I did was I pulled the door triggers that are attached to the truck frame with a 10mm looked at those wires colors and then looked at everything else . I hooked into same spots as you did .... thinking about life not sure what I wanna do for a lift though
     
  12. Sep 22, 2020 at 9:57 AM
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    Agreed! Posi-Taps are pretty neat. No more need for needle nose pliers.
     
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  13. Sep 22, 2020 at 10:13 AM
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    Honestly I can't say enough about the KINGS man. Very happy with them. I know it's not for everyone plus the cost isn't cheap but I like to do something once and not over & over. Drove the truck stock for about 400 miles then jumped on KINGS and WOW. On stocks the truck did great and didn't feel anything but making the switch was like switching to a cadi suspension. Plus the guys at 88 honored a black friday sale (I couldn't pass on that deal) and the lift was done on New years eve. My previous truck was a 2500 cummings and I had that done with a custom SKYJACKERS lift & shocks and I thought that drove great. If I still had that truck I would swap out those shocks for KING any day. Just my 2 cents
     

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