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I tried tapping into my rear accessory/cigarette lighter in my 2003 ford explorer for a power source for 2 after market monitors,so I really need a 2003 ford explorer accessory wiring color schematic?

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    Actually all I really need to confirm is that the brown and pink are the positive/ hot wire and the other all black is the ground?

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Get a meter to test your wiring

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