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Wire's and connections

So I've been trying to fix some issues with my car and i noticed a few things I was wondering what these wires are for

The first pic is in my engine bay and its the connection sitting on the intake


The second is hard to see sorry cell phone pic this wire is located under my dash near the fuse box. It's green with a red stripe.
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Re: Wire's and connections

what are the wire colors of the first connector? and where can you follow the wires back to?
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Re: Wire's and connections

The wires to the connector sitting on your intake look like the ones that run to that black box that is attatched to the stock air box. It is called the intake control solenoid valve. It opened at WOT to let in more air, but if you are running an aftermarket intake, it was un needed, and more than likely disconnected and removed with the rest of your stock intake system. It won't throw a CEL and has no effect on the way the car runs.
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Re: Wire's and connections

sitting by the battery, the black blox with the small white harness'... is that an alarm module? :o wth?

and your positive battery post being that close to air intake? ummmm.... may I suggest insulating it or turning your battery around so the Neg post is the one so close to grounding out?
there apppears to be a lot of wire re-routing and changes (from Stock) from what I've seen so far. Your best bet is to use the repair manual and start searching/tracing those wires to their origin like Nick said.
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