Overhead Console wiring

Overhead Console wiring

Postby Black89cs [OP] » March 13th 2011, 7:42pm

So I finally picked up the wiring harness for the overhead console that I'm going to (eventually) put in the 97. The blue connector has two yellow and and one black wire that ran to a different connector by the drivers side kick panel. I'm assuming there's two power and one ground, but I'm not sure if they're always on or key on (or both, one is key the other is always on). Any ideas? Would anyone care to check the connector on their with a multimeter to see what happens?
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Re: Overhead Console wiring

Postby chevy57bert » March 13th 2011, 7:57pm

This the only Diagram I have with the Yellow wires in it....

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Re: Overhead Console wiring

Postby Black89cs [OP] » March 13th 2011, 8:23pm

Thanks Bert. The van I pulled my harness out of was a 2000 or newer (5 lug but had tow/haul mode on the shifter lever), so one of those yellow lines may be extra. That may be the MPG wire that's on the newer consoles but since Mine's a 97 it'll likely just have the temp without the compass. I'll have to give it a shot and see what happens.
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