Quoted from PDX-Mike:
Mod installed and it looks amazing!!! Only thing I need to figure out next is the CN6 connection. My speaker lights and the topper I have on order also need that same connection. Any ideas anyone?[quoted image][quoted image][quoted image]
This is the only thing I could find that offers an additional (1) CN6 type connection:
It seems if you need to plug into a CN6 type connection, you need to hook directly into it or spend an additional $40 (as seen above) for a separate power supply that has the CN6 type connection on it. The good news is that it offers a CN6 type connection and also leaves the actual CN6 connection open. So you would then have 2 (in total) CN6 type connections to hook into and 2 SAM type +12v connections.
With the CN6 connection in the backbox and being unused from the factory, it is very convenient, but with so many mods now going for it.....it's bound to be a mess, for some, until more CN6 type power splitters or adapters pop up.
As it stands, I am glad I stuck to the SAM type connection on my +12v SPIKE 1 / SPIKE 2 Speaker Light Kits (with an included adapter) as adapters and splitters for that SAM type of +12v connection are cheap and plentiful.
Also PDX-Mike , Would you mind telling me what type of speaker lights (for an LE) are using the CN6 connection?
I hope this is helpful,