Step 10: The control wire loom harness from the VVB in-cab control switch plugs into the BD module. The module can then be mounted about anywhere. Best place to mount it is on the auxiliary battery cover using strips of hook-and-loop fastener to hold it in place.

Step 10: The control wire loom harness from the VVB in-cab control switch plugs into the BD module. The module can then be mounted about anywhere. Best place to mount it is on the auxiliary battery cover using strips of hook-and-loop fastener to hold it in place.

Step 9: Follow BD’s instructions related to the insertion of additional wires into the loom coming from the dash controller to the plug that goes into the control box. They are well marked and easy to install.
Step 11: The last step is to attach the BD control box power wire to the auxiliary battery per the instructions. It really is a simple install/upgrade.
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