We are trying to patch in two extra courtesy lamps we mounted under the dash in the 80 Volare. I figured we would just power them by the wire that feeds the dome lamp...so they come on when the door opens, off when closed. Easier said than done apparantly. The diagram shows a pink and a yellow wire going to the dome light. And of course the lamp grounds to the door pins. I figured one of the two wires -- pink and yellow -- would be the right one.... We located the pink and yellow wires in the plug behind the driver side kick panel. One wire is hot the whole time The other wire is hot when the door is CLOSED and goes dead when the door is open. WHAT THE HECK. If I tie into the one thats always hot, the lights will be on at all times. The other, they will be on when the doors are closed but go out when opened. What are we missing? I thought for sure ONE wire would work. The lights we are using under the dash get their own ground from their mounts. So the only other way I can see to do this is use light units that are not grounded by their mounts (two wire) and wire the pink to one side and the yellow to the other.....but how does that even work??? Ist here maybe a ready-made wire under the dash somewhere that would feed courtesy lights that were not included on this car?