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Trying to install Angle Eyes and can not find the right power wire to connect to. The instructions say "locate an ignition power source..."well which wire is it on a 2003 (early modle) 330CI (E46). Thanks

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  • richard_s268 Sep 03, 2010

    Yes the wire that has 12 volts, but is there a color code on the wire that is switched?

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It's a wire that has 12 volts on it after you turn the key so do exactly what the instructions tell you - use a voltmeter to locate one.

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  • Azrael SRL Sep 03, 2010

    Doesn't matter. As the instructions say - ANY wire that has 12 volts after the key is turned will do.

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