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Old 03 Apr 2012, 09:36 pm
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Hey guys,

I am having a bit of a dilemma. I installed an Onstar FMV mirror two weeks ago and it is currently running off an adapter in the lower (accessory powered) outlet.

I have been lazy about getting the wiring done because I'm not sure where to tap in. I need IOD, accessory power, and ground.

I was planning on tapping into Fuse 17 & 20 but need to know the best place to tie into the lines. Should I just tap in at the back of the front console power outlets?

As usual with some more digging I found what I needed. The PDF has 2001-2006 wiring call-outs in case anyone else ever needs them.

I was going to attach the PDF but its too large so here is the link.

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