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Turn signal wire location

I know this has already been asked, but the answer still aludes me.

Can some point my to the right location under the dash and I asume its close to fuse box the wires I need to tap into to get the repeaters to work on my power folding mirrors.

I have the (2) wires from the mirror for the repeater I just need to know where I can run these instead of running it all the way to the front head light blinkers.

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Two wires from each repeater lamp?
One will be the ground and that can just be connected to the car body at any convenient screw/bolt. As for the power supply wires, I'd route those to the dashboard fusebox. I can't tell you exactly where you need to connect them off the top of my head but I'm sure I have previously posted a photo of the fusebox connector with the turn signal wires highlighted for someone who was asking about fitting load resistors for LED lamps. Try a search of the forum and you might find it.

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Thanks Scott.

That's exactly what I need.
The location and wire color for the blinks on my power folding mirrors.

Power fold and puddle lights are good. Just need the blinks and don't want to run them to the front head lights.
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Here, I done the search for you. Don't say I'm not good to you now

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I know this has already been asked, but the answer still aludes me.

Can some point my to the right location under the dash and I asume its close to fuse box the wires I need to tap into to get the repeaters to work on my power folding mirrors.

I have the (2) wires from the mirror for the repeater I just need to know where I can run these instead of running it all the way to the front head light blinkers.

Thanks in advance.
You can connect the repeater (+)wires to the Passenger Compartment Junction Block I/P-B : Pin# 7(green wire) for right turn
Pin# 9(grey wire) for left turn
Connect the repeater(-)wires to any good body ground as recommended by AUTOSPARK.
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You can connect the repeater (+)wires to the Passenger Compartment Junction Block I/P-B : Pin# 7(green wire) for right turn
Pin# 9(grey wire) for left turn
Connect the repeater(-)wires to any good body ground as recommended by AUTOSPARK.
The info attached is for NF only, SORRY for the mistake!
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You can connect the repeater (+)wires to the Passenger Compartment Junction Block.
Aye, that's what I said...and I even posted a picture of the correct fusebox too
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Thanks guys.... Your the best.
Got all the info. needed to finish now.

I have a 2013 Sonata 2.0t and thanks to you guys my power folding mirrors with puddle light and blinkers is now complete.
Love hitting the lock on the fob and the mirrors blink twice and fold up.
Soo COOL....
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Aye, that's what I said...and I even posted a picture of the correct fusebox too
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