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I have 2006 honda pilot. im trying to hook up a wiring harness and cant figure out which wire is my left blinker wire.

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    I have installed the switch but cant find the receptacle for the wire harness

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Go to your local Honda dealer and politely ask to look at an ETM for your vehicle. The schematics are in it and that will help you easily find it. They may even be willing to scan it and send it to you via email.

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