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Old 06-10-2007, 02:23 PM   #1
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Hey guys...in the 00+ models

Im trying to find out if anyone remembers what colors the 2 wires are going into the headliner for the Retained accessory power.

I found out what wires work the mirror, i just need juice. thanks
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You should be able to pull the socket and see what wires they are..
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if all else fails.....

what about tapping into the radio power. How would i fish the wire through? just a thought
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