Mystery connectors

Mystery connectors

Postby oman [OP] » March 28th 2014, 3:45pm

So the van is a 2004, dutch doors, rear heat and air. I have a mystery connector in my jack storage compartment, that is disconnected, but both ends are there. Obviously, it is meant to connect the thingamabob to the worlydoo…. But it would be nice if someone knew what the thingamabob or worlydoo actually were.
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Re: Mystery connectors

Postby SilverBullet1997 » March 28th 2014, 5:28pm

I think that is where you plug in the vaporizer. :rockon:
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Re: Mystery connectors

Postby Silverhawk » March 28th 2014, 5:44pm

17289. I like Bullets answer better but, if the fan doesn't work on your rear AC/Heater then it has probably been unhooked for some reason. Plug the two together and see if it work then.
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Re: Mystery connectors

Postby SilverBullet1997 » March 28th 2014, 5:45pm

Silverhawk wrote:17289. I like Bullets answer better but, if the fan doesn't work on your rear AC/Heater then it has probably been unhooked for some reason. Plug the two together and see if it work then.

I believe that is on the other side of the van Hawk.
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Re: Mystery connectors

Postby gavio » March 28th 2014, 6:05pm

Well, when that plug isn't shunting power from the nuclear reactor over to the driveshaft fluid reservoir, it is used to hook up a door jamb switch in the liftgate - this from the FSM showing black and yellow wires going to just such a switch...... My 04 has it disconnected as well....
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Re: Mystery connectors

Postby Astro Pop » March 28th 2014, 8:38pm

It is the wiring for trailer lights. GM put it in the vans in case a trailer hitch was installed.
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Re: Mystery connectors

Postby oman [OP] » March 28th 2014, 9:57pm

So it's almost definitely not for the flux capacitor? Bummer.

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Re: Mystery connectors

Postby Astrofarian » March 28th 2014, 10:10pm

Hi...Yeah door pin-switch connector or POSSIBLY rear-window defrost? But then you are in Colorado so you probably HAVE a working defroster (or WISH you did?). But DEFINITELY NOT the flux capacitor! THAT would be connected to the optional power ashtray sending-unit. LoL
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Re: Mystery connectors

Postby CoolCat4Christ » March 28th 2014, 10:21pm

oman wrote:So it's almost definitely not for the flux capacitor? Bummer.

Thanks guys.

Astrofarian wrote:Hi...Yeah door pin-switch connector or POSSIBLY rear-window defrost? But then you are in Colorado so you probably HAVE a working defroster (or WISH you did?). But DEFINITELY NOT the flux capacitor! THAT would be connected to the optional power ashtray sending-unit. LoL



Your wrong.....your all wrong. I found the Flux Capacitor tucked behind the panel just in front of the jack storage compartment. Plugged it in and Voila. Only problem is now my MPG went down dramaticaly. Guess that's why GM unplugged it. Oh and beware your dealing with 1.21 gigawatts of power to fire this puppy up!!
Here it is in action.
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Re: Mystery connectors

Postby sfeaver » March 28th 2014, 11:02pm

When that baby hits 88 MPH your going to see some serious s**t!

Just watched all three back to the futures a couple weekends ago with my daughter.. Good movies still after all these years!
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Re: Mystery connectors

Postby SilverBullet1997 » March 28th 2014, 11:09pm

sfeaver wrote:When that baby hits 88 MPH your going to see some serious s**t!

Just watched all three back to the futures a couple weekends ago with my daughter.. Good movies still after all these years!


You are the 4th person I have talked to in the last couple of weeks that just re-watched these movies? I am starting to notice a pattern, or a conspiracy a brew..... :think:

Anyways, sorry to turn your serious thread in to a zoo, oman. Who knew this would happen... :shrug: Wait I guess I did.... :rofl: and maybe I meant for it.... :banana:
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Re: Mystery connectors

Postby CoolCat4Christ » March 28th 2014, 11:21pm

SilverBullet1997 wrote:
.....Anyways, sorry to turn your serious thread in to a zoo, oman. Who knew this would happen... :shrug: Wait I guess I did.... :rofl: and maybe I meant for it.... :banana:


SilverBullet1997.......Image.....said.....Image......"a zoo".......Image
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Re: Mystery connectors

Postby CoolCat4Christ » March 29th 2014, 2:00am

On the serious side Oman Image

Astrofarian got me thinking. Came across this.
Maybe the plug is for a rear door switch. Who knows?? :shrug:

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Postby sfeaver » March 29th 2014, 2:48pm

Your on to something.. That switch used to be on the top of one of the lift supports, but I know in at least 2001 it had been eliminated. 97 has it though, but would be wired differently as there is no BCM.
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Postby CoolCat4Christ » March 29th 2014, 3:44pm

sfeaver wrote:Your on to something.. That switch used to be on the top of one of the lift supports, but I know in at least 2001 it had been eliminated. 97 has it though, but would be wired differently as there is no BCM.

That wiring diagram is listed as year 2004


I found this one listed as year 2000. After the year 2000 the Lift Gate Strut Switch is removed from diagram. Looks like the "Mystery Plug" may be for the cargo door models????? Thoughts anyone?
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Re: Mystery connectors

Postby CoolCat4Christ » March 29th 2014, 4:08pm

Ok kiddies,
The case of the "Mystery Plug" has been cracked. Stuck a meter on the plug and 12v is present. Jumped the contacts and didn't get this
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instead the interior lights came on. So it appears the plug is for a door/strut switch. So this makes it alot easier if you want add to some sort of switch to turn on lights when opening the lift gate. Which is what I is gonna do.
Special thanks to Oman for finding that confounded plug, Astrofarian and Sfeaver for pointing the right direction and the Zoo for keeping this thread going.
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Re: Mystery connectors

Postby gavio » March 29th 2014, 6:04pm

I've found a couple different places in the 04 FSM that show the wiring for courtesy lights that aren't present in the newer vans, such as the this rear courtesy light switch, the glove box light, stepwell lights, and the lights on the doors.... Actually, I'm not sure if the reflectors in the doors were ever lighted, but the manual shows them....

Sometimes, the wiring is still intact, others, like the doors, it's been eliminated...
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Re: Mystery connectors

Postby CoolCat4Christ » March 29th 2014, 9:17pm

gavio wrote:I've found a couple different places in the 04 FSM that show the wiring for courtesy lights that aren't present in the newer vans, such as the this rear courtesy light switch, the glove box light, stepwell lights, and the lights on the doors.... Actually, I'm not sure if the reflectors in the doors were ever lighted, but the manual shows them....

Sometimes, the wiring is still intact, others, like the doors, it's been eliminated...


Kinda glad Oman posted this. I was gonna add a switch, run a wire to the slider door switch to activate interior lights when hatch is opened. having the wiring there makes it so much easier.
Lights for the door reflectors sounds like something i'd like to add just for kicks.
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Postby gavio » March 29th 2014, 9:19pm

Me too..... But so far I haven't seen one in the P&P that had lights there......
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Re: Mystery connectors

Postby CoolCat4Christ » March 29th 2014, 9:36pm

gavio wrote:Me too..... But so far I haven't seen one in the P&P that had lights there......


Hmm wonder if they ever produced any with reflector lights. I'll have to check it out when i'm at the P&P
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