Plug and Play Adapters

The Homelink autodimming mirror is equipped in many different car brands. You might have one that looks like this:

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Check the back of your mirror. Many of them have a wire and connector plugged straight into the backside:

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The connector typically looks like this. It may look like it has 20 holes, but only 10 of these actually have terminals!

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It can also look really plain, like this:

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The 10-pin Type A adapter is compatible with this mirror and connector. Simply add the adapter between the harness and mirror and quickly add a powered USB port ready for dash cam installation! No “hard wiring” or permanent modification needed. It doesn’t get any easier.

We’ve noticed these 12-pin mirrors on different Toyota and Subaru vehicles. These may have any combination of Homelink functions, or temperature and compass:

Check the back of your mirror. These will have a 12-pin connection:

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The connector typically looks like this:

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The 12-pin adapter is compatible with this mirror and connector. Simply add the adapter between the harness and mirror and quickly add a powered USB port ready for dash cam installation! No “hard wiring” or permanent modification needed. It doesn’t get any easier.

We’ve noticed these 7-pin mirrors on Honda and Acura. These usually only have autodimming, but newer models may have Homelink and compass function.

Check the back of your mirror. You’ll see a 7-pin connection like this:

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The 7-pin adapter is compatible with this mirror and connector. Simply add the adapter between the harness and mirror and quickly add a powered USB port ready for dash cam installation! No “hard wiring” or permanent modification needed. It doesn’t get any easier.