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Old 07 Dec 2020, 04:54 pm
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WHICH COLOR WIRE is the 12V hot wire in my passenger side pillar??
I could have sworn it was supposed to be the pink one ....i.e....to the vanity mirrors.

I can't get my voltmeter to register Voltage on any of them; black, pink, yellow, nor Black & Green!!!!
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WHICH COLOR WIRE is the 12V hot wire in my passenger side pillar??
I could have sworn it was supposed to be the pink one ....i.e....to the vanity mirrors.

I can't get my voltmeter to register Voltage on any of them; black, pink, yellow, nor Black & Green!!!!
If you have an overhead console, there is power.
On the right side (red C207), black and black/green are grounds. Yellow (to yellow) is the lighting system.
Pink should be battery, through power fuse 13 in dash fuse block.

At the red (C208) connector hidden under the base of the left A-pillar panel, look for yellow (to yellow/red), switched through fuse 14 (run/acc) in dash fuse block.
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If you have an overhead console, there is power.
On the right side (red C207), black and black/green are grounds. Yellow (to yellow) is the lighting system.
Pink should be battery, through power fuse 13 in dash fuse block.

At the red (C208) connector hidden under the base of the left A-pillar panel, look for yellow (to yellow/red), switched through fuse 14 (run/acc) in dash fuse block.
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