Q: What does Gn10/1 mean when looking at the wiring for a fuse box?

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I am looking at a wiring diagram and next to where a wire enters a fuse box, there is a little code like Gn(10)/1. I believe the Gn is the color of the wire but I am not sure what the (10)/1 represents.

The GN10/1 on a wire diagram at a connector should be the wire is green and the connector has 10 pins and green wire is in number 1 position.

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