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Need wiring diagram for taillights on 2000 chevy venture van

I bought new circuit board for the two side taillights and new pigtail wiring harness to plug in to it. Problem is the wires on the pigtail are all grey, and the wires from the van are color coded. I need to know what colored wire to put to each of the six wires on the pigtail harness. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you and god bless.

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I have a marker light out and it's the wiring somewhere, how's the best way to find the problem

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Rear heater not working, where the heck is the relay for it??

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