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This is a discussion on Under Dash Connectors within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; How many of you have looked up under the dash from the pedals. I was cleaning the car the other ...

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    Under Dash Connectors

    How many of you have looked up under the dash from the pedals. I was cleaning the car the other day and looking up and saw a bunch of connectors just hanging there. NOt plugged into anything. Some didn't look to have a matching connector but two green ones looked like there were a match. Anyone know anything about them. If I can maybe i will get a pic. It is an 02 wagon if that matters. No mods as of yeah.

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    They're for plugging in accessories.
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    There are connectors under the dash that are used during an ECU reset procedure. The green "match" you speak of may be these connectors...


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    Actually, that green connector is a test connector. If you connect it the Check Engine light will blink and all of the relays will cycle on and off.

    The other ones youre probably seeing are for the optional alarm.

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