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    I agree with premeir620. The horn switch is in the white plug. I took a pic of what I did this afternoon. Name:  IMG_20190801_174057.jpg
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    This way nothing is cut, Daox's kit is unmolested, and everything works. Zip tied around the orange and brown wires to hold the pins into the back of the plug. Road tested good.



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    Excellent solution Findlay. Thanks for sharing
    Custom Mirage products: Cruise control kit, Glove box light, MAF sensor housing, Rear sway bar, Upper grill block

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daox View Post
    Excellent solution
    Hey is the cruise control still available? Will it work on the 2018 mitsubishi mirage g4 as well?

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    What is the green wire for, You know?

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    what 's green wire?

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    What green wire? I don't see a green wire.
    Custom Mirage products: Cruise control kit, Glove box light, MAF sensor housing, Rear sway bar, Upper grill block

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    Quote Originally Posted by tamtam View Post
    What is the green wire for, You know?
    Quote Originally Posted by tamtam View Post
    what 's green wire?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daox View Post
    What green wire? I don't see a green wire.
    I suspect there's a language barrier to overcome here.

    If you are able tamtam please give more information so we can better help you. There is no green wire in your attached picture.

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    yellow and brown wire

    My brake switch appears to have the extra pins/wires so I didn't replace it (see pics). The ETACs programming took a while but it worked eventually. The problem is I don't have the yellow and brown wires to connect the cruise control kit to. As pictured, there are only 4 wires going to that centre connector. Presumably they should be in the second row of pins? I guess that means I can't do cruise control? Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by owen View Post
    My brake switch appears to have the extra pins/wires so I didn't replace it (see pics). The ETACs programming took a while but it worked eventually. The problem is I don't have the yellow and brown wires to connect the cruise control kit to. As pictured, there are only 4 wires going to that centre connector. Presumably they should be in the second row of pins? I guess that means I can't do cruise control? Thanks!
    This is what my plugs looks like, you are definitely missing some which is unfortunate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skyblue View Post
    This is what my plugs looks like, you are definitely missing some which is unfortunate.
    Thanks for that, skyblue!

    Anyone else out there have a suggestion?



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