I got them from local truck parts supplier. They are an LED and what semi's might use for marker lights. These are the 2" version, they come in larger sizes as well. 2 bulbs, 2 rubber isolation mounting grommets and 2 wiring harnesses were $18.51. Website says they draw .05 amp. truck-lite.com is the web address. I couldn't find these exact lights in a quick search but I got these #'s off my invoice.
Truck-Lite is manf,
Bulb # UCL50CB
Gromett # 30700
Pigtail # 94909
Yup those are the style. Looks like I got shafted again. Try and buy local and see what I get. I can hold out hope mine are better quality?
I was unable to locate the proper pins for the OEM connector. If you have a good relationship with a parts man at your local car dealer they can probably hook you up. They just blew me off here. I purchased these 3/16" QUICK CONNECT FEMALE, RED | All Electronics Corp. and I believe they will work ok. I pumped the pigtail full of Dielectric grease then taped it very well. If you go this route note that these do not grip super tight YOU MUST TAPE THEM VERY WELL.
Roadymi & Tinken, thanks for the detailed information. Going to order some. Would 1 of these also work well as a light inside under the roof, mounted on something, maybe the surface mount version instead? Or would it be to bright and blinding?
Would be alright for a map light on a switch. I think it would be pretty bright to be on all the time. Might be able to go with an amber if you want some ambient light that is on all the time? I got one of these Interior Dome Light with Switch | TowSmart at Meijers for $6 that I'm going to use for a map light.
I was just considering it as a map light on a switch, but was wondering if it would still be so bright in a small space that it might be blinding. Mainly looking for something on a switch where you could see all areas inside the cab, if your looking for something when sitting still. Such as in floorboards, in glove box, in console storage area, etc; thought about maybe using 4 of the clear/white LED rock lights, strategically placed all on 1 switch, not to bright but still plenty of light to see what your looking for up close.