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Teardrop mirrors for a 1985 930 wiring help

I need help trying to wire up a set of tear drop mirrors on my 1985 930
They got fitted a while back and where left manual but now the fact the switch does not do anything is getting to me. I have found various threads but none seem to have the same wires as I have so I am looking for someone who has done this to tell me what goes to what and what else I may need tried I have doing it the trial and error way but now driving me mad
Wires on car are as follows
Drivers door:
Black/yellow
Grey/green
Brown
2 white
Green/black
Black
Passengers door
Blue
White
2 brown
Black
Grey/Green
If I need extra parts then where can they be brought?
If I'm sounding desperate that's because I am it's in my head now and starting to niggle so once again any help would be well received before I pull all my hair out
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Anyone out there with the knowledge I seak?
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pictures are usually far more helpful.
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From research I have done looking through old threads being a pre 86 car I need conversion harness with solenoid
Bw Motorsport uses to do one apparently are they still about and does any one have a contact number as I can not find them on the net or anyone else do this item?
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Its not that difficult to figure out..
I've done it a couple of times years ago, to SC's that were being updated. Did not use the conversion harness with solenoid as supplied by BW. Everything worked fine.

I wish I could recall and impart the details to you. However, I do remember we figured it out with some time and several sets of jumper wires.

I will also be adding a set of these to my 930 in the next few months.. they're painted and waiting for me to find time to assemble.
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Its not that difficult to figure out..
I've done it a couple of times years ago, to SC's that were being updated. Did not use the conversion harness with solenoid as supplied by BW. Everything worked fine.

I wish I could recall and impart the details to you. However, I do remember we figured it out with some time and several sets of jumper wires.

I will also be adding a set of these to my 930 in the next few months.. they're painted and waiting for me to find time to assemble.
When you do add yours send me some details and i will be eternally gratefull as I have been doing the trial and error method and I'm nearly bald because of it
Some things just get under your skin
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I have a wire instruction somewhere. Let me look fort
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I have a wire instruction somewhere. Let me look fort
That would be grate look forward to it
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