Help with tapping mirror for power

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  1. HCone

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    Can someone tell me which pins i use in the HC rear view mirror for tapped power for a camera?
    The older Challengers were 1 for switched power and 12 was ground
    I have not tried to separate the cover yet, wanted to see if I could get some input first.
    Does anyone have a schematic ?

    Tks for any help
     
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    Someone made pics and nice write up. I've used keywords-cavity-power-pin-pillar-view-mirror-rear maybe more and can't find it :mad:
     
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    I know, I saw it at one point too, couldn't find it either
     
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    I'm more upset that it's not in my notes gosh darn it
     
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    I'll let you know if i find it or not
     
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    In my notes now, never tried search for switched, which FYI is called 15 power.
     
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    I got it wired, but am unable to get the damn mirror mounted back on to the stupid bolt head glued onto the windshield, what a PIA, I'll go at it again later.
    Any tips?
     
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    Took the car to local Windshield shop,a fellow I know there put it back on. The trick is to remove the 2 plastic trim pieces. Mount the mirror up against the bolt not quite centered and twist to lock it back on and then install the plastic.
    Took him 2 mins. :) But he has done 100's that are similar
     
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    noted, thanx
     
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    that mirror is definitely a bytch to put back on... also took me several attempts with a few frustration breaks in between....
     

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