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Old 12-23-2012, 12:32 PM   #1
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3 pin Harness

I did a searched but couldnt find much of an answer. I found an extra 3 pin connector when i dropped the headliner. Its not for the visor, or domelight. It has a Black, Pink, and light green wire. No voltage on any of the pins.

Does anyone know where they eventually lead to or possibly used for?
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Old 12-23-2012, 01:22 PM   #2
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Self dimming mirror, Australia only
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Thanks! I guess the auto dimming mirror install wont be as easy as i thought.
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I have a cool gadget for alarm repairs. It injects an R.F. signal into a wire that can then be traced using a matched receiver. If the far end of that wire is just hanging [ungrounded] somewhere, such a gadget would reveal where it is.
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I have a cool gadget for alarm repairs. It injects an R.F. signal into a wire that can then be traced using a matched receiver. If the far end of that wire is just hanging [ungrounded] somewhere, such a gadget would reveal where it is.

That sounds cool. Would you mind sharing the name of this device?
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Several manufacturers offer similar gadgets, but the one I use is from Progressive Electronics

Model 77M is the transmitter. Labeled 'The Tracer'
Model 200EP is the receiver. Labeled 'Inductive Amplifier'.



Seems that the company changed hands. Look at the gray-colored gadget[s].
http://www.techtoolsupply.com/Search...FQyk4AodLAUAsw

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