Auxiliary Switches - where's best?

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  1. BEIS

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    Guys,

    I plan on putting some auxiliary switches in the Tahoe to control some exterior lighting. Where are guys placing switches? It seems that to the left of the cigarette lighter would be best, but I've heard getting stuff done under the center console is difficult. I would like this to look factory, not just a switch mounted under the steering column. Any suggestions or pictures would be of help. Thanks in advance!
     
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    I use these LED Ring switches .
    Easily have room for 3 spaced out, possibly 4 if done a little tighter.

    The link is for momentary, but they come in SPDT, and sockets are also available to make wiring easier.
     
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    This is what I decided, looks pretty clean. Once switched on, the switch LEDs light up.

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    Do you have a quick link or maybe info on how to get into that area? Those switches look great there.
     

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