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Immo
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Immo Nov 5, 6:35pm - #58258 

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door open 12 volt wire

I tried searching but couldn't find it.
The wiring diagram for the celica is bit complex too.

I am trying to find a wire that gets 0 volts when the doors are shut and 12 volts when (one of) the doors is/are open.

I wanna hook up footwell neons too it, so they only turn on when the doors are open.
I could get it from my roof-light but there must be an easier wire

Any help?
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trog2233
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trog2233 Nov 5, 7:12pm - #58259 

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i'll check when i get home...i have the diagram there thumbsup
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Immo Nov 5, 7:25pm - #58260 

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Cool!

thank you
Is that the same diagram as on the site (56 pages or something).
Hope to read from you
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trog2233 Nov 5, 7:27pm - #58261 

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no its different...i used to work at a stereo shop so i have access to a ton of different wiring diagrams thumbsup

Just gotta wait till i get home
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Doppelganger Nov 5, 7:46pm - #58262 

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Have you thought about a fuse tap?

https://www.celicahobby.com/tech/tsb2/ARTICLE_FUSEBLOCK_DIAGRAM.pdf

Looks like the dome light is linked to fuse 20. There's also fuse 5 that says "DOOR," but I'm not sure what that fuse is for--20A seems kind of high.
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JLATD Nov 5, 9:59pm - #58263 
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The door trigger in the Celica and most import cars is negative. Only Ford uses positive trigger doors (that I know of). Wire the positive lead of your neon to a fused +12 source and the ground lead to the door pin switch (the plunger in the jam). You can trace the door wire to the kicks if you like. The wire is Red with White stipe and will rest at ground when the door is opened.
When the door is opened the negative wire from the neo will be grounded and turn the neon on.

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Immo
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Immo Nov 5, 10:20pm - #58264 

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Very nice info

I never would have thought of that.
I will check that tomorrow

Thanks
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