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Pyle dvd player dome light

I have two wires from the old light, and three with the new plyes dome light red-12v blue-ground and yellow-light, i have been trying everything i can get it to come on but not turn off. I even made it come on when the doors are closed but goes off when you open the doors.Any help would be greatly appreciated

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You need a third wire

The 12V Red need to go to a constant positive (battery) the yelly needs to go to the positive from the two wires, and the ground should go to the ground for the two wires

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