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Discussion specific to electric components of vans. Category for alternators or batteries, starters and ignition parts, anything 12v and electrical issue like fuses, circuitry, wire, terminals, switches, connectors, bulbs, relays, and wiring. Voltage and amperage diagnosis.
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Unknown plug connector on 05 GMC Safari

October 21st 2020, 12:45am

I found a lone plug connector, unattached to anything, while removing the paneling from my van. Would anyone happen to know what it is for? It was located on the drivers side rear wheel well. Here is a photo:

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Details on the van: 05 GMC Safari, passenger model, has rear heat and AC if that has anything to do with it.

Re: Unknown plug connector on 05 GMC Safari

October 21st 2020, 1:56am

Upgraded audio rear ‘subwoofer’.

Re: Unknown plug connector on 05 GMC Safari

October 21st 2020, 2:33am

Thanks!

Re: Unknown plug connector on 05 GMC Safari

October 21st 2020, 4:06am

On my 1998 LS, those two funny 'L' shaped slots in the sheet metal are mounting slots for the rear audio amp, which has a similar looking plug in the side of it.
Rod J
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