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I'm planning to hardwire my Viofo A119 dashcam (as it came with a hardwire kit) and hoping to put the adaptor in the dome light housing.

Does anyone have a wiring diagram that shows the dome light wiring? I had a poke around the dome light connector (both side pictured below) with a meter at lunchtime but it was somewhat inconclusive...... I found a permanent 12V but couldn't find an additional feed that was alive with the ignition....

Anyone else done this?





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This means absolutely nothing to me, but the manual does include this diagram:



It calls it the R5 Overhead Junction Box, which I assume is what you are after?

Unfortunately, the entire diagram is too big to fit on one screen, but if you need the whole thing, you can message me and I will send it to you.

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Thanks for the wiring diagram! That's exactly the area I was seeking.

It actually looks like I'm going to be out of luck finding a switched 12V feed in that area as all the dome light functions are active whether the ignition is on or off, I'll probably end up running a single feed wire down the left hand A pillar to the footwell fusebox.



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