Question about Honda Cars & Trucks
I need some help! I am installing a rearview LCD monitor mirror in my 2005 Honda accord coup. I have completed almost everything but acquiring the power source for the actual mirror. I was able to remove the housing for the dome lights, which Honda nicknamed the "spotlights" and gain access to the power sources. There are two "plugs" that power the lights one is green with four wires, none red and black, and another which is beige that has two wires (one green and one white with a back line on it). I am attempting to tap into one of these power sources. I do not know which one I need to use and which wire corresponds to the red and black wires coming from my 12v mirror. I don't need to worry about the unit receiving continues power, it only powered on when the camera is receiving power, when the car is I reverse. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks
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sounds like your mirrors that came on the car were heated and the ones you are replacing them with are not thats why the extra wire on yours.
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