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Lost my old pictures, do you know where these go?

Discussion in 'Electrical & Audio' started by 84ShortBox, May 20, 2019.

  1. 84ShortBox

    84ShortBox Member

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    Lost my old pictures documenting the wiring.. I have the 3 connectors right behind the instrument cluster, does anyone know where they go?

    Thanks in advance!

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  2. yevgenievich

    yevgenievich Full Access Member

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    Two wire black one might be the glove box light, the bigger black ones might be power door related
     
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    The gray and tan wires on the same connector are for the power door lock solenoids. The heavy orange, blue/white tracer, and black/white tracer are power door lock switch, the pink, (can’t remember other colors) are the power window circuit. On my 81, there is a power door lock relay above the emergency brake pedal, and should be matching plugs on each door. The connectors are pretty much idiot proof, they only plug into matching connector bodies and only fit one way. Hope that helps
     
  4. 84ShortBox

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    Thank you, that makes sense now.. I dont have power doors anymore which explains the confusion!
     

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