The Lightforce Switch Fascia to suit Holden Colorado replaces the existing fascia that is located in the central lower dash of a Holden Colorado that has two 12v outlets. The product is compatible with all thirteen 2017, 2018 and 2019 Holden Colorados from the base 2×4 models to the 4×4 Z71.
The fascia is a direct replacement injected moulded ABS/PC panel, with zero modification to the existing surrounding console, enhancing the OEM look of the vehicle. It will accommodate 5 standard OEM style switches or 3 OEM style switches when the existing heater switches are utilised (Z71 model).
Standard OEM style switches used are the popular and readily available aftermarket switches Lightforce part #CBSWTY2 (top row) and CBSWTY (bottom row). The Lightforce dual switch CBSWTY2D is also compatible allowing for up to 6 individual switched outputs from the top row locations.
A single switch (CBSWTY2) and two switch blanks are provided with the fascia; the blanks have been designed to accommodate the REDARC® Tow-Pro™ remote brake controller. On the back of the blanks will be two corresponding indents to aid in drilling the 2 required holes, extra blanks are available.
For models without heater seat switches the two lower locations will require additional switches (not included). No switch blanks are available for the 2 lower switch locations.
Fascia is a sliver / grey finish similar to the OEM colour, installation takes approximately 20 minutes and only requires a medium Phillips, blade screwdriver and trim removal tool (recommended) as the surrounding console simply pulls off.
The new switch fascia relocates in all the exact same mounting points as the original OEM so exact fitment is retained, no additional fixtures or adhesives are required.
The 2 existing 12v outlets and plastic retaining clips will need to be removed from the original fascia and refitted into the new fascia. In addition, for the Z71 model the heater switches are also reused.
Compatible with the D-Max and MUX with the following changes:
As the Holden Colorado has 2 cig sockets and the D-Max / MUX only one, the hole that is left needs to be utilised, so I have fitted a round USB charge point to it, our new dual voltmeter/USB charger could also be used here. First the hole must be increased in diameter to accommodate the USB charger to 28mm using a cone drill.