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Old 03-04-2020, 02:38 PM   #1
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Iím pretty sure this is going to be in the stupid question category but Iíve got to ask. This plug hanging out from under the hood will actually plug into each other. My headlights and horn are not working. I just donít ever remember seeing that plug connected. I didnít want to plug it in and blow some fuse I couldnít find. Anyone with any kind of knowledge on this plug?

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To add to that photo, it does seem to be the wiring harness that goes to the headlights.
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Old 03-04-2020, 05:25 PM   #3
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Sorry about that. I forgot to upload the picture.
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Sorry about that. I forgot to upload the picture.
I'm only guessing but if they're coming from the same conduit, taped together like that, I wouldn't think they would tie into each other. One side has six wires and the other has four. Which could happen, but it's another thing that makes me think they don't tie into each other.

Nothing else unplugged under there?
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I'm only guessing but if they're coming from the same conduit, taped together like that, I wouldn't think they would tie into each other. One side has six wires and the other has four. Which could happen, but it's another thing that makes me think they don't tie into each other.

Nothing else unplugged under there?

Exactly what I was thinking.
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Thanks guys. I tend to agree with both of your thinking. The only thing, there is nothing else that is unplugged. The idea that the female connector has different amount of wires from the male connector is not always true. Sometimes wires are left off of connectors because of different options. I definitely agree with the idea that the wires are in the same conduit seems to me that it should not be plugged into each other. I gues I will physically have to trace the whole thing out.
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