The 2021 Ford Bronco 2- and 4-door SUVs offer six prewired upfitter switches and five electrical harnesses for easy customization. These factory-installed features go hand-in-hand with the modularity of the Bronco –– Ford wants you to be able to make this vehicle fully your own.
Standard on the Black Diamond, Wildtrak, Badlands, and First Edition trim levels (and optional on the Base, Big Bend, and Outer Banks), the overhead auxiliary switches and wired connection points make adding pod lights, lightbars, refrigerators, and off-road gear like compressors relatively simple.
You will find one connection point in the front of the vehicle for bumper light bars, another as a glovebox connection point for accessories and/or rear harness connection, an A-pillar point for lights, and one connection in the cargo area.
In March, we ran a how-to article on wiring items, complete with tools to use and steps to follow. You can also watch the short Bronco Nation video “2021 Ford Bronco Auxiliary Switches” to see the directions in motion.