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Old 06-25-2010, 10:50 PM   #1
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Fixing minor electrical problems

I had previously asked about where the power mirror switch on a 91 would be, because ours was origionally a 83. I want to hook the power up, but don't know what I need, besides the switch. All that is there now is the mirrors with wires running somewhere. Would also like to know if anyone knows what needs to be wired to work the door switches to turn the dome light on/off.
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