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Old 05-01-14, 01:40 PM   #1
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Default Wires to the passenger lamp.

I am trying to hard wire something in which will be located near to the top of the windscreen.
I thought about using the power supply to the three lamps (2 spots and door lamp).
I cannot find the cable codes so it is hard for me to identify which wire does what. There are four wires connecting to the centre of the unit, but what are the other connectors (grey plastic) for?
This photo has been borrowed from the article about fitting an alarm, written by Matt002. But I am unsure if these are for the alarm or maybe auto lights/wipers.


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This is a guess but they may well go to the lights in the sunvisors when you look in the mirror they light up in fancier models
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On that image it looks like there are two cables goin to each of the three lamps. Seems logical to expect them all to have a separate live & ground wire. A simple check with a meter or 12v illuminating test screwdriver would prove any live feeds.
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This is a guess but they may well go to the lights in the sunvisors when you look in the mirror they light up in fancier models
Yup

They are also ignition fed via the main centre plug (the switches for the sunvisor lights are on the sunvisors themselves)

I've wired my auto dim mirror into one of these and all works well!
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I could not get any power off them and I have one of those fancier models.
I will try later in the week. Thanks for your help guys.
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