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I am building a kit car that will re-use the gauge cluster and I accidentally cut the 3 wires coming from the Info/Return buttons. I looked in my service manual and looked at the pinout for the gauge cluster and cannot determine where I need to repin the three wires. They are green/white, grey, and black/white(i know this is a ground.)

I know the circuit is 1358, but beyond this I cannot tell where to repin in. I also looked at the pinout of the PCM and BCM and cannot find circuit 1358 or "DIC Switch".

I have looked around a great deal on the forum and searched for a solution before posting so I appreciate any help in the thread.
 

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What year?
 

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Give me 5 minutes

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I have that plug intact, but the wires leading out of it are cut. I need to figure out where wires 1, 3 and 7 go at the other end
 

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Right...this better?



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Which kit car are you building?
 

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Upon further review, I believe I simply cut the connection between the button and the ribbon cable inside the steering wheel. Sorry to bother you with such a newbie blunder but I gotta say you are a connector pinout ninja!
 

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Coby is the man haha, glad you got it figured out at least

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And please keep us posted on your build, I've always wanted to see the actual progress and hear feedback from somebody that builds one. I would love to build a turbo one haha, would make my own carbon fiber body for it though
 

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At least you now know where they go.
 

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My long term goal is to have it full-bodied, probably fiberglass. I am building it supercharged. I'd probably kill myself with a turbo one.
 
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