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Trofeo Auto dim mirror wiring


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Jimz90indy 
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Posted: January 03, 2004 at 3:06 PM / IP Logged  
Ok, I just aquired an Oldsmobile Trofeo auto dim rear view mirror. It has three wires, black (ground obvioulsy) pink w/black stripe and green w/black stripe. Can someone identify for me which wire is primmary power and which is aux? I might even be wrong with that statement, but I sure could use the help. Thanks! Jim
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hotrodelectric 
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Posted: January 03, 2004 at 10:27 PM / IP Logged  
If I remember this right- the pk/bk is ignition, the gn/bk is reverse lamps input.
Lurkin 
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and black dont have to be ground..factory stuff can throw curve balls to you.
Jimz90indy 
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hotrodelectric wrote:
If I remember this right- the pk/bk is ignition, the gn/bk is reverse lamps input.
Thanks HotRod, you are correct! I happened to bump into a friend on AIM and he said the exact same thing. Thanks again.  Jim
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True enough, Lurkin. Ground code on my Peugeot is gn/ye!!
Usually though, on GM products it's bk or bk/wh. OTOH, there is a tan ecm ground on the earlier TPI systems...Trofeo Auto dim mirror wiring -- posted image. Jim, I just PM'd you- contacting me is no problem.
>Thanks again.
You're welcome.

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