^ I thought about that, too but I'm not so sure.. Thanks for the comment though. At this point, I'm not a big fan of the idea of pulling / splicing my 14-year-old harness. Even if I get a new 6gen harness instead, its durability might be weak b/c of that idea(s). I'm trying to make it a direct-bolt-on as much as possible here. EDIT: Well, now that I'm pretty sure it's #1 on the diagram that usually costs some $200+ now. Makes sense to say that there isn't any efficient way of extending it by a simple replacement to this date.