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Old 07-28-2010, 09:52 AM   #1
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locating of aux center console plug wiring

Ok Ive looked all over the wiring section and cant figure it out. Hope someone can help. I am looking for the wire that powers the center console auxilllary power plug located inside the glove box in the center console. What color is it and where is it running through. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks ahead of time.
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The plug is behind the console itself. You have to remove both sides of the side molding and you have take off the back cover. It's a pain. Consult the PDIM DIY thread for more details.
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I know where the plug is I need to know where the wires are running through. Is it through- under the center console or driver or passenger side molding or where. I am using this wire for my remote power to my amp that i am installing. since it turns on and off with the car.
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I know where the plug is I need to know where the wires are running through. Is it through- under the center console or driver or passenger side molding or where. I am using this wire for my remote power to my amp that i am installing. since it turns on and off with the car.
Check out the pictures here for some wiring info

http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=38977

and like Darth Martel said, there are some pictures in the DIY PDIM thread

http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=77662
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it runs under the console and starts on the drivers side and ends up on the passenger side. There's another connector by the shifter.
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