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Space Filler
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Hi, got a small question you guys will likely be able to answer.
When I bought my 32 GTS-t last year I had noticed a 2 or 3 pin female connector in the engine bay, drivers side, located near the bottom of the strut turret. It wasn't connected to anything, but few days back I found it's other half tucked under my fuse box. The wires from it go into the fuse box. Any idea what it does? It doesn't seem to cause any problems as it is, so I didn't want to reconnect them yet in case the former owner disconnected it for a reason.
 

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does your car have abs?
the connector in the engine bay (not the fuse box one) where does it go?
 

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is it my imagenation or is the plug looking rather burnt inside could be wrong just looks that way
 

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Dandy Highwayman
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pretty sure thats for the hicas solenoid - if your hicas is locked its correct that it should be unplugged?
 

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Space Filler
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pretty sure thats for the hicas solenoid - if your hicas is locked its correct that it should be unplugged?
Could be. I had the Tomei lock kit fitted soon after I bought the car. May have been disconnected then.
 
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