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    i need to put the 2.2 khom resistor in but i dont know which wire it is please help me out

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    Follow the lead to the harness clip and insert the resistor into the "female" portion of the clip. This tends to avoid future moisture issues etc.
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    does anyone by chance hace a picture of which lead it is?

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    theres a pic in the first post of the link i sent you
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    I put electrical tape over the resister to keep it from wiggling out. Then I put a plastic sandwich bag over the whole plug and taped it up to prevent water from making it's way in there.

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