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Take the bug to your local agriculture station/office, they can ID it for you.
Posted on May 02, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Do have access to a volt meter or an old school 12volt test light? Turn the light on with the light harness loose from the light assy. and test each wire to the frame or the negative post of the battery. The wire that has voltage or will light the light is your 12v pos.You can make a test light using a old 1157 tail light bulb, using 2 wires tape one wire to the base metal and the other, hold on the silver bulb tip with one hand, put one end of the wire on the batt. neg. post and use the other wire to search for the voltage in the light harness, voltage will light the bulb..
Posted on Dec 27, 2009
Check the speakers connection and that should give you at least 8 of the colors. The ones left then are going to be ground and power and display power. You can figure those out with a meter.
Posted on Aug 24, 2015
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