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Old 08-01-2011, 01:00 AM
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126 14 pin connector from the combination lever

Efff me! does anyone on here know anything about 1985 Merc-500SEL W126 14 pin connector from the combination lever? help please, I need the color code chart or WTF ever they call it

So I changed a light bulb last night and all my gauges went nuts. when I pushed for the high beams they jumped more.
I pulled apart the dash and looked at the gauges. I took the 15 pin connector apart to see if there was any damages. I then took off the connector from the combination lever. I took the back off and It fell apart before I could write the 1 thru 14 color code.
I found the ground problem under my speedometer. Just right before the solder point to the sheet metal popped. I rerouted the ground!! Yeah I found the problem.

Now I got a new one.

I need the 14 pin 1thru 14 wire color code to put it back together.
1 blue??
2ect....

I hope I made it easy for a tech to understand.
1985 w126 500 sel


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Old 08-03-2011, 08:19 AM
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from looking at my CD, can't find color code for pin 4&5 but this is what I got

1. WT/YL
2.WT
3.YL
4.?
5.?
6.BK/WT
7.BK/GN/WT
8.BK/GN
9.BK/YL
10.BK/PK/VI
11.BK/VI
12.BK/BU/VI
13.BK/GN/VI
14.BK/YL/VI

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