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Need to know what color 12 volt supply

Have a chrysler power mirror switch, being used in a frame up build of a different vehicle, can't seem to find a diagram for the wiring.

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My manual for a 99 300M shows two sources of 12 volt power to the mirror positioning switch, One is from the battery, switch terminal 11 wire M1, PK (pink). The other is from the start-run 12 volt line, switch terminal 5, wire G5 DB/WT (dark blue, white stripe). If you send me your email address to af6im at arrl dot net I can send you a scanned copy of the diagram.

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