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Old 05-27-2018, 12:42 PM   #21
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Thank you for the info. The wire colors and passenger location cut time off of this project for sure .

In my case I was using XK-Glow LED strips which requires a positive trigger. I used a relay to do this.

Relay pole details are as follows:

86 (Input) - Negative (Brown w/ Yellow Stripe - Porsche sends negative as trigger)
85 - 12v +
87 - 12v +
30 (Output) - Positive Trigger (For me this was the XKGlow trigger wire from the controller)

Worked like a charm.

Hope this helps someone.

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Old 07-15-2019, 11:00 AM   #22
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Just wanted to add my thanks to those who provided info on this project. I had picked up two LEDs when ordering replacements for the rest of the cars existing bulbs, and managed to get this wired up to the passenger side loom relatively quick.
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Old 11-07-2022, 09:07 AM   #23
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Footwell Revive!

Revive of old post, but still super useful!
Thanks for previous posters. Finding the correct cables in the harness was super-easy.
I would add one thing...
On the passenger side wiring harness, there are two bundles of cables. One has thicker gauge cables (14-16ga), and one has thinner gauge cables (18-20 ga).

The cables you need are on the bundle with the thinner cables.

Only drawback.....
I now have to better vacuum my floormats, which is difficult in FL with all the dust/leaves, etc...

They even dim down properly.



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