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'20 headlight wiring diagram

I'm replacing my headlight assembly with an aftermarket assembly and can't find a Chilton or Haynes manual anywhere. I did find some rebuild diagrams, but they're all the way back at the fuse box and I don't want to undo the entire bundle to trace the wire.

Can anyone help me identify the wires closer to the bulbs?
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I'm replacing my headlight assembly with an aftermarket assembly and can't find a Chilton or Haynes manual anywhere. I did find some rebuild diagrams, but they're all the way back at the fuse box and I don't want to undo the entire bundle to trace the wire.

Can anyone help me identify the wires closer to the bulbs?
Whatís the difference between those headlamps and the OEM units?? The connectors should plug right into the after market ones. Unless you have a set that have a sequential turn signal feature.
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You should be able to figure it out with a meter. It would be a good idea to anyway; and then check that your new assembly matches before applying power.
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That's exactly what it is.
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You should be able to figure it out with a meter. It would be a good idea to anyway; and then check that your new assembly matches before applying power.
I could meter it, yeah, but I'm checking if anyone has a wiring diagram because it's easier and straightforward.
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