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I have a 2015 Dodge Charger pursuit in the picture here is the wiring that's from the passenger side of the console. I already have the 12 volt in USB powered up can I cut all this rat infested wires out.
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Follow the wires back, the yellow item looks like a ( Charge Guard ). It is a basic timer and relay for when the ignition source has been turned off. It should have a ground, 12 volt input, ignition input, 12 volt timed output. The cat 5 splice looks like a siren/lights control cable. just follow them back and heat shrink the ends.
 

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Follow the wires back, the yellow item looks like a ( Charge Guard ). It is a basic timer and relay for when the ignition source has been turned off. It should have a ground, 12 volt input, ignition input, 12 volt timed output. The cat 5 splice looks like a siren/lights control cable. just follow them back and heat shrink the ends.
So, I just can't cut the rats Nest dam it
 

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I don't want to follow them to the factory harness. I just want to cut out the wires right there for the passenger side so I don't have them pushing out the rubber covering.
 

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A lot of those wires are longer then the factory stuff so you should be safe cutting it all out but if you don't spend the time following it back you risk shorting something out and having problems just like the half assed decommissioning job that some departments do. Its not that hard to pull the seats and lift up that side of the rubber floor.
 

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I don't want to follow them to the factory harness. I just want to cut out the wires right there for the passenger side so I don't have them pushing out the rubber covering.
Then just cut them, don’t worry about the aftermath. Why worry, about it. It’s your ride, your going to do your thing.
 
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