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Old 11-11-2008, 06:04 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Need wiring diagram for GM auto dimmer rear view mirror

Picked up a 97 STS rear view mirror with auto dimming feature. It looks to be the generic auto dimming mirror on most GM luxury vehicles from 93-2001 or so. Does anyone here have a shop manual, that has a wiring diagram for this?
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Try searching Donnelly mirrors. A few years ago I was looking at one for my GMC truck and found it was made by them. My recent search came up with a company called Magna Donnelly. There were located here in Holland Mi.

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Someone used the auto dimming mirrors on the 61 Falcon with no way to contact them. They used the Pink wire to positive and black wire to ground. The green wire is the signal from the reverse light to disable the dimming feature, just not sure if it's to ground or 12v.
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This may help, from a grand prix forum but info on the GM mirrors.

http://www.clubgp.com/newforum/tm.as...mode=1&smode=1
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Thanks Nabster.

Mine is a GNTX -126.

3 wire harness
pink - 12v+
black - ground
green - 12v+ signal from reverse light

The second (if equipt) is a 2 wire harness and that's only for the + and - voltage for the side view mirrors.
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