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    my problem, accidentally broke the left rear-view mirror dimming electric socket cables. The first of the mirror to re-attach the cables from the yellow cab - gray and white second. Is there a wiring diagram How do I connect these wires?



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    Didn't know the Vec had dimming wing-mirrors...

    My interior rear view mirror has auto-dimming (04 plate Elegance), which models have auto-dimming side mirrors too?

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    My Car is 2008 Model Vectra. The left side mirror has automatic dimming feature.

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    What do you mean?

    the wire colur goes all the way to the Drivers door module.. they are White/yellow and the other Brown/yellow...

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    two cables coming into the socket in the picture. Someone just white. The other is yellow-gray. Socket outlet cables, one black and one black-and-white. Socket connection is normally easy. But I accidentally picked cables into the socket. Now, how to tie cables?

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    I would remove them from the sockets on bothends, and make a new connection..

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