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      05-28-2010, 10:27 PM   #1
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Help identifying the wires on 12V harness for rear outlet

I was hoping a 1-series guy can help me out with the outlet harness located at the bottom part of the shifter assembly (underneath the trim/boot/sponge)....

Yellow/green - 12V Ignition
Brown - Ground
thin red/gray wire - ???

I am HOPING it is the 12V dash lighting, as that would make my boost gauge install extremely simple, as I don't want to go into the fusebox. Can anyone chime in on this, or hopefully verify what I am hoping it is? Thanks a LOT guys!
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If not, can anyone tell me which fuse numbers are 12v Ignition, 12v battery, and 12v dash lighting?

I'll go fuse box if I have to...
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Found it....

Had to dig HARD though

http://www.1addicts.com/forums/showt...highlight=fuse
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I was hoping a 1-series guy can help me out with the outlet harness located at the bottom part of the shifter assembly (underneath the trim/boot/sponge)....

Yellow/green - 12V Ignition
Brown - Ground
thin red/gray wire - ???

I am HOPING it is the 12V dash lighting, as that would make my boost gauge install extremely simple, as I don't want to go into the fusebox. Can anyone chime in on this, or hopefully verify what I am hoping it is? Thanks a LOT guys!


So you were able to use that one connection for your 12V ignition, ground, and 12V dash lighting?

If so that is awesome!
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Red/gray wire is "KL-58G" interior lighting
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      08-24-2010, 05:11 PM   #6
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Red/gray wire is "KL-58G" interior lighting

Yup, got it! Gauges are installed off that one connection.
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