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Need mopar friend 2011 Durango

I just bought a used 2011 Durango, I am looking to hook up my V1 radar. My mirror seems to have power going to it trying to find out if I can use those writes add a source.

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Why not use an add a fuse on a larger switched power source item?

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Grab a ignition wire under the drivers side steering column area. Use crutchfield for a refrence on the color wire, and test it to confirm. Do NOT touch any wires with a yellow sheathing around them. That's the airbag. Be sure to use a fuse.
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I don't want to be dragging wires around the windshield, I want it to be clean. Need to find some schematics for that rear view mirror.
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Look at snagging power from up in the dome light as well. You can usually do that without dropping the headliner.

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Look at snagging power from up in the dome light as well. You can usually do that without dropping the headliner.
this is probably a far better idea than taking it from the mirror

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Under dash > under a pillar> under headliner. I have done this a zillion times and looks perfect every time. I did far audio install for quite a while.
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