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Old 01-11-2007, 08:43 PM
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Wire Plug Identification help.

Hey, I just got thru installing a new timing belt on my car and as I was putting everything back together I noticed an electrical plug disconnected but have no idea where it goes. This plug goes into the same loom with the AC compressor wire. It is a 2 pin connector. Any ideas?
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Check the condenser fan, it takes a connector but not sure how many pins.
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any pics of the connector? That would help out a bit
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Yea, the first time I dropped my trans, I couldn't find that bugger either. If the wire to the connector is like 6 inches long, it goes on the back side of the block right under the intake manifold. Can't remember what it goes to excactly but it's there and it's hard to see. If the wire is short then look for another plug around the compressor.
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I had the same problem when i dropped my H22 in. I had an extra connector near the compressor without a mate. I looked everywhere and couldn find the other end so I went ahead wihout it. Car runs fine (fans run, ac works, no CEL).
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