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Pretty easy. What radar detector do you have first?


I would recommend these as a start.

This is from an older post of mine:

I do not have an auto dim mirror, so the power at the mirror was battery voltage and not ignition so I went to the fuse panel.

Just adding the pinouts - thanks to @dhpnet

Here is the pinout for the inside rearview mirror harness (A10) on a 2014 Cruze according to the 2014 service manual.
1 - Backup Lamp Supply Voltage (wire color = L-GN/WH) for option DD8
2 - Run/Crank Ignition 1 Voltage (VT/WH) for option DD8
3 - Keypad Signal (L-GN/WH) for option UE1
4 - Keypad Supply Voltage (L-GN/BK) for option UE1
5 - Ground (BK)
6 - Keypad Green LED (YE/VT) for option UE1
7 - Keypad Red LED (BN/WH) for option UE1
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I have an Escort MAX2 and a 9500 ix, want to hard wire to a 17 RS Premier Hatchback with auto dimmer mirror, but I don't know where to insert pins from mirror tap
 

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This is from another post compliments of @Kruise and shows you how the plastic shroud comes off of the mirror base. Just run down the A piller and to the fuse box if you do not have ignition power at the mirror.

Unfortunately the fuse box is in the middle of the console under the radio stack, I'd rather use a mirror tap.
 

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Pretty easy. What radar detector do you have first?


I would recommend these as a start.

This is from an older post of mine:

I do not have an auto dim mirror, so the power at the mirror was battery voltage and not ignition so I went to the fuse panel.

Just adding the pinouts - thanks to @dhpnet

Here is the pinout for the inside rearview mirror harness (A10) on a 2014 Cruze according to the 2014 service manual.
1 - Backup Lamp Supply Voltage (wire color = L-GN/WH) for option DD8
2 - Run/Crank Ignition 1 Voltage (VT/WH) for option DD8
3 - Keypad Signal (L-GN/WH) for option UE1
4 - Keypad Supply Voltage (L-GN/BK) for option UE1
5 - Ground (BK)
6 - Keypad Green LED (YE/VT) for option UE1
7 - Keypad Red LED (BN/WH) for option UE1
8-10 Not Occupied
I plan to use a blendmount, I just need the correct pinouts
 
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