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Old 06-14-2007, 11:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Mystery connector

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I was changing out my brake switch and I found this connector tucked away. Does anyone know what this goes to? I searched for something that it would fit into but nothing that I could find was missing a connector. Any ideas? I have 2 videos that are alittle clearer and may help with identification. Thanks.
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I cant really tell. Do you have a DIY manual for the car? I think there is a link to download the bentley one in this section, that should have a wiring diagram section that could assist you.
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It could be the clutch switch connector. Even though yours is an auto, often wiring harness have provisions for both. Or for an option your car doesn't have.
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hmm i suppose thats a possibility, the wire has some damage so that makes me think that previous owner messed something up so they just tucked it away. i tried finding it on the electronic schematics in the bentley manual but couldnt find it, though i'm not entirely sure how to read those things
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