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post #1 of 5 Old Apr 25th, 2012, 1:44 pm Thread Starter
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Wiring Help Zumo 550 to factory plug

So I went ahead and purchased the BMW lead that plugs into the factory GPS power outlet to run to my soon to be arriving Zumo 550. Does anyone know which wire goes to what on the Zumo? The lead from BMW has the plug attached on one end, and then three unlabled yellow wires with no connections extending from it to wire to the Zumo.

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So I went ahead and purchased the BMW lead that plugs into the factory GPS power outlet to run to my soon to be arriving Zumo 550. Does anyone know which wire goes to what on the Zumo? The lead from BMW has the plug attached on one end, and then three unlabled yellow wires with no connections extending from it to wire to the Zumo.
#1=ground (negative)

#2= pulse (don't think you need it)

#3=12 volts DC (positive)

used one to make a power cord for my old car Nuvi. Works great.

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How do I tell which one is 1,2, and 3? No lables?

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How do I tell which one is 1,2, and 3? No lables?
Get your magnifying glass out and look on each wire. There should be a very small number on each wire. Yes their small and a pain in the ass to see.

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Re: Wiring Help Zumo 550 to factory plug

Can anyone tell me where the factory GPS power outlet is located on a 2012 1200RT? I just bought the Zumo 660 and want to hook it up.

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