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As Mick says, the main lighting connectors just piggy-back onto the main light clusters. They're a bit of a kludge, with female plugs being used all round and a bit of circuit board wedged into two of them to make the connection... but it works.

If it's the hatch rather than the tourer, then you'll need to get behind the boot trim on the left hand side to find the connector for the rear fog and reversing lights. They may have fixed it since, but on the official loom that I bought, they'd assembled the connector incorrectly (I had to dismantle and rebuild it) and they'd also crossed the fog-light feed with the fog light cut-out return, meaning that none of the rear fogs worked with the trailer plugged in.

The power feed for the 12S must be run the full length of the car, using a fused feed straight from the battery. The easiest way to do it is to run a feed in conduit along the bottom of the car, and power the socket via a voltage sensing split-charge relay.
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