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Catalina 270 wiring question

I am having trouble connecting my knot/depth meter to my autopilot via seatalk/seatalk ng. I cannot find the cable so that I can connect to the autopilot bus
My steering pedestal mounted instruments have both seatalk and seatalk ng connectors which disappear down into the pedestal. . My pedestal instruments are powered off the main panel on the nav switch. Under the pedestal there is only a shielded 3 wire cable (not a black sea talk cable) which exits and goes aft.
Does anyone have an idea how the sea talk cable is routed beside going straight down through the pedestal, or can the wires be spliced inside the pedestal?
Thanks for any suggestions.
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