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Wiring diagram for a 3 wire 313 gentex auto dimming mirror with home link buttons

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The Donnelly mirrors use the same 7-pin plug as the Gentex, but the pin-outs are different. Here is the pin-out for the Donnelly mirrors:

Pin 1 - +12 volts
Pin 2 - Courtesy lamp input
Pin 3 - (varies depending on mirror features)
Pin 4 - (varies depending on mirror features)
Pin 5 - Reverse disable (+12 volts in reverse)
Pin 6 - Ground
Pin 7 - Demand lighting input

Posted on Nov 11, 2008

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SOURCE: error 313

Network connection showed 3 LAN or High-Speed Internet connections. One said it was disabled, another one had a big red X over it, and the last one said connected. The big red X, though unplugged, was apparently still active. The fix was as simple as disabling it.

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Hi! You will need to have the mirrors replaced for this may not work out at all. It should be compatible and modifying the wires may just get the situation worst. HOpe this helps and thank you for using FIxYa!

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The Donnelly mirrors use the same 7-pin plug as the Gentex, but the pin-outs are different. Here is the pin-out for the Donnelly mirrors:

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Pin 6 - Ground
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