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Is there a circuit that will provide 12v after disarming the alarm and would be under rap circuit as I need this to stay on until the door opens? Does this wire/fuse even exist in bcm? I am trying to connect an led light, I am able to find switch and constant wires but need one only when the alarm goes off or when the door opens. Please help.
 

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There are two, I believe. If someone doesn't beat me to it I will identify them for you later tonight.
 
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@jdneo : The RAP relay powers two fuses in the BCM:
  • Fuse 29 (30A) Labeled PWR WNDW
  • Fuse 20 (15A) Labeled SPARE
Fuse 20 (SPARE) is wired to two unused pins in Connector X3: C3 and D3
Connector X3 is the horizontal one just above the fuses.
 

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@JohnWR Fuse 20 works great but I do have another question. Am I able to tap a wire where I could use the LED lights I installed same as the courtesy lights where it turns on when disarming the alarm or opening the door?
 

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@JohnWR Fuse 20 works great but I do have another question. Am I able to tap a wire where I could use the LED lights I installed same as the courtesy lights where it turns on when disarming the alarm or opening the door?
Yes. The courtesy lights under the mirror are supplied with 12V through a dark blue / white tracer wire at connector X3, pin A3, and grounded through a PWM circuit (for the fade-out dimming) through a gray wire at connector X3 pinA10. It is advised to use both wires (rather than an independent voltage source) because the courtesy lights are fed through the Inadvertent Load Control Relay that will turn them off if a door is left open or ajar.
 
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Yes. The courtesy lights under the mirror are supplied with 12V through a dark blue / white tracer wire at connector X3, pin A3, and grounded through a PWM circuit (for the fade-out dimming) through a gray wire at connector X3 pinA10. It is advised to use both wires (rather than an independent voltage source) because the courtesy lights are fed through the Inadvertent Load Control Relay that will turn them off if a door is left open or ajar.
That's awesome! Thank you again for all the help.
 
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