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Have you wondered why there is no light over the passenger’s seat in your Vanagon? With a little work, you can have one. We purchased an extra light from GoWesty and then started the project.

Final result of the Passenger's side light.

See the project after the jump…

First we felt around where we thought the light should go. It felt like there was a dummy slot there, so we took a chance. We slit the headliner in the right spot.

Making the cut

Then we pulled the dummy out. It was a little plastic piece which revealed a perfect slot for the light.

Taking out the dummy

Then we fished wire to the back light and we were good to go.

Fishing the wires

Now we have a light on the passenger’s side just like on the driver’s side. It adds a lot more light in the evenings and it looks completely stock.

Final result of the Passenger's side light.





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