Harness plugs need help

Posted by Erakiageos, Mar 19, 2017 at 2:56 PM
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  1. Erakiageos

    Erakiageos Probationary Member

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    Can somebody please tell me where or what some of these plugs/clips go. I'm not much for the internet so if anybody could help me I'll send pictures through text? I would post them on here but it says image to large.
     
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  2. jakk220

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    If you are taking pictures with a phone just go into the camera settings and lower the quality and resolution and it will let you upload them
     
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    These are the few I can't figure out
     

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    1 looks like PRNDL switch
    2 looks like the PRNDL's corresponding connector or MAF
    3 looks to be coolant temp sensor or ac compressor?
    4 looks like PTU
    5 is alternator charge wires

    Isn't the harness partially unhooked and laying all over? It's hard to tell what's where...its best to lay the harness out how it would roughly be, makes figuring out what the connectors may be easier.
     
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    3. Looks to be the knock sensor.
    4. looks like a 95-96 cas connector.
    5. Goes to the positive battery cable.
     
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  6. Erakiageos

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    The harness is some what connected but it looks like a cluster f*** that's how I got it. I'll unplug everything and lay it out better. And I appreciate the inputs guys I really do.
     
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    Yeah I think we have all been there. The list of connectors helped me a lot. Actually got my car running Saturday. Hope it helps you!
     
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    Alright guys I'm just out of work and going back and forth between my plugs and that thread with all the plugs but I haven't seen this one and it plugs in 2 spots yay.
     

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    I'm currently staring at this plug that I seen on the other thread and there is nothing for this to plug in to like in the picture.
     

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    Also looking at this plug everything matches its in the correct location just nowhere to plug in. Am I like crazy is this because mine is auto and I believe the other threads is manual?
     

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    Sorry had a long night but this is the second location it plugs in.
     

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    The oxygen sensor is mounted just about the turbo downpipe. The wires run across the top of the exhaust manifold heat shield and connects under the thermostat housing.
     
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  16. Erakiageos

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    Yeah I looked through it and hi
    my buddy came over and that's what he narrowed the last plug I needed down to.
     
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    I appreciate all the help guys I have everything connected couple weekend's and it'll start I hope.
     
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