If I think about it in the AM I will take a picture of mine and post for you. I did mine. The air was easy, but I had to drill and mount my light plug in the lower bumper, three was no good place to put it.
I also completely bypassed the lights on the truck. I installed flush mount light in my rear bumper and then ran the wires from that to my outlet in the front. The brake lights on the truck will come on because the brake pedal depresses but other than that all rear lighting is done via the lights I mounted in the bumper. I was going to just install an LED strip lighting between the bumper and tailgate but I haul a Goldwing and the tailgate has to be down. On the new Fords there is such a wide tailgate at top due to the pull out step that with the tailgate open you could not see the 60" LED strip. Anyway I just didn't feel like messing with the truck lights and diodes and all that stuff.
Command Master Chief (USCG, RET)
Full Timing in a 2007 American Coach Eagle 45H towing a 2015 Ford F150 4x4 hauling a 2015 Anniversary Edition Honda Goldwing