LAST STEP- MIRROR CONTROLS
In this step, we will discuss the necessary steps required to make the power mirrors functional. This step is NOT as easy as just matching wire colors, resulting in a working power mirror.

Wiring colors/leads on the 2003-2008 controller are as follows:

ORANGE/L. GREEN – HOT AT ALL TIMES
BLACK- GROUND
YELLOW- PIN #2 (common) BOTH L& R MIRRIRS
RED- PIN#3; LEFT MIRROR
DARK BLUE- PIN #1; LEFT MIRROR
DARK GREEN- PIN#3; RIGHT MIRROR
VIOLET- PIN #1; RIGHT MIRROR


Using the wiring diagram below (2009+ wiring) you can decipher what colors go where. Below the picture is a cheat sheet for you. wink

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2009+ wiring schematic and correct transition into 2003-2008 wiring:
D. GREEN- HOT AT ALL TIMES. Wire this into the ORANGE/L. GREEN.
YE/BLK- PIN #2 (common) BOTH L& R MIRRORS. wire this into YELLOW wire.
DG/OG- PIN #3; RIGHT MIRROR. Wire this into the DARK GREEN wire.
RED/OG- PIN #3, LEFT MIRROR. Wire this into the RED wire.
VIOLET/OG- PIN #1; RIGHT MIRROR. Wire this into the VIOLET wire
D. BLUE/OG- PIN #1; LEFT MIRROR. Wire this into the D. BLUE wire.
BLACK- GROUND. Wire this to the BLACK wire.






Below are additional pictures you may find helpful.

Difference in plug size. (picture is of the passenger's side pigtails) Blue (window control) and green (lock control) plugs are the stock 2003-2008 plugs. Gray is the 2009+ window plug, and the small connector is the 2009+ door lock connector.







close-up of 2009+ master controls plugged in after instillation. notice the different shape of the mirror plug, along with the difference in size of the lock plug. (last picture; unplugged)










close-up of lock/unlock plug port (2009+)






window control wiring schematics. (2009+)


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finished installed product.









POST INSTALL THOUGHTS:
These are very nice control switches. They have a very clean, updated style and look like they belong. I have noticed that the “window lock” positions are reversed. Not much of an issue, as it is pretty easy to adapt to. If anyone has any questions regarding this guide, please post or PM me!


Enjoy!

-Drac