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Schematic Question <br> I have the schematics for all wiring in the CLK series. <br> I have found my VSS wires on the schematics. My problem is I'm not sure of the coloring due to the naming convention used by MB. <br> I have the wires colors for the left side are listed as 'WS' and the other wire is 'WS/GE' <br> The right side wires are listed as SW/GE and the other is listed as SW <br> I have a few guesses as to what they might be saying but I don't want to take a chance and blow up my command with the wrong wire. There is already a GR there is also a GN designation. <br> Anyone know <br> Here is my guess for the rear left side WS = White Stripe <br> Here is my guess for rear left side WS/GE White Stripe/Grey <br> I see a wire color listed as GN/VI = Green/Violet if so what the heck is GR? Grey? if so what the heck is GE? <br> Why do they make this so cryptic? <br> Anyone want to compare. Or better yet tell me what color the VSS wire is on the driverside that runs from the rear axle. <br> Thanks<br>
 
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i'm Dutch (OK not everybody is perfect) and at high school next to Dutch we had to learn 3 other laguages, French German and English.<br> <br> your diagrams are for certain in German:<br> <br> SW (schwarz) black<br> WS (weiss) white<br> GE (gelb) yellow<br> GR (grau) grey<br> GN (gruen) green<br> VI right! = violet<br> but Vss is a different story. Normaly it is used to identify it as a feed/voltage (Vss = zero feed for a CMOS) <br> ( - fyi : Vdd is positive CMOS feed)<br> Vss (VOLT spitze/spitze) VOLT(AGE) top/top<br> <br> Succes, -JW-<br>
 
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