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  1. Thanks for the reply. Mine has the dimming mirror so I assume I'm ok to connect here (as the 997 install link above)? I was hoping for confirmation of which coloured wires/connector I should be linking to?
  2. Just a few questions as a follow-up to this thread. I have a 2004 TT X50 with dimming mirror. I wish to power a Roadhawk RH1 Link to RH1 via the power feed in this area. I'm assuming I require a switched supply to ensure that the RH1 activates upon ignition on? I really need confirmation of which wires I should be connecting to (applying this install to my TT)?
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