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Old 09-07-2012, 05:31 PM
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Wiring 08+ mirrors on an 07

To those who have run the full power mirrors on these things, how did you go about feeding the wires from the doors to the interior? On my 02, the wires were in a rubber loom that I fed them through, the 07 has a connector on one end...any advice?

Connector looks like this.
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Old 09-07-2012, 07:51 PM
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Is it an actual connector on the other end (on the cab side)? Sure looks like it would be, but... My '05 just had the rubber accordion tubing between the door and cab.

.....Just did some searching and I think this will work fine for you:

How to wire through a door molex.

AFAIK, most "Molex" plugs use similar (if not exactly the same) pin styles, which are available online. If there are any open pin locations on the Molex connector itself, you may be able to just add the wires into the connector instead of drilling it.
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There is a huge variety of molex sizes.

Molex crimp tools are also stupid expensive.

used to work in the electronics industy.
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