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post #1 of 7 Old August 16th, 2018, 07:35 PM Thread Starter
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Where does s this connector plug in


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If I'm not mistaken that big sumbitch should connect down by the fender apron there, fore of the strut tower.
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If I'm not mistaken that big sumbitch should connect down by the fender apron there, fore of the strut tower.
Ill look there tomorrow do you know what it does

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this looks like where that connector is on my car. im not sure what to call it. hope this helps
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I think there's a handful of circuits on it, maybe 4? I don't remember their exact purposes. I even want to say it was referred to as C0145 in the FSM.
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It's the blinker fluid actuator circuit

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this looks like where that connector is on my car. im not sure what to call it. hope this helps
Thanks I will look there

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I think there's a handful of circuits on it, maybe 4? I don't remember their exact purposes. I even want to say it was referred to as C0145 in the FSM.
Thanks. it's was 4 years ago when things where unplugged and now trying to remember where everything goes is kinda hard

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It's the blinker fluid actuator circuit
Quiet grown-ups are talking. Go back to your bolt on 6

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