Yea I can help. I first got the light bar in position that I wanted to mount it and scored the upper bumper fascia through the holes where the bolts will be going. I then removed the inmer fender covers and lower air dam. Next, remove the lower front fascia (this is a pain in the butt without a lift or ramps because of the fascia curving under and having to be manipulated to get the screws out of it from the inside. I did it on flat ground 😩Next make sure to feel the back of the metal bumper bar to make sure you have a clear place to drill. Then drill straight through the upper bumper cover and the metal bumper bar and make sure you aren't on an angle. Then mount the bumper using 4 1/12in stainless steel bolts. You can probably get away with using 3 1/2in if you don't want excess sticking out. I opted to put the bolts in from the back of the bumper but you could go in from front if you want. Next run the wire in through the holes for the radiator and connect light bar to battery. Next put the lower fascia back on and air dam if you want. I chose to keep the air dam off for the small amount of clearance it gives me. Then you need to run the wires for the on/off switch through the rubber boot on the top right side of engine bay. You first need to remove the push pins in the cowl and put a block under to lift it for better access. I also took out the small plastic piece under the cowl in front of the rubber boot to simplify things. Next get a large screwdriver and tape your wires to it and push through the boot and go inside and pull them through. Mount your switch and wire it up. You should be good to go. Any more questions or if something is unclear, just message me and I'll try to assist you.
Last edited by bheastmann; 06-11-2018 at 02:07 AM.