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Old Sep 13, 2017, 07:51 AM   #1
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What are these elec connectors/plugs??

As the subject says, can someone tell me what these things go to? I'm dealing with a 2008 ES that I bought used. I'm still working through things and finding odd things like these wires and connector that lead to nowhere. These are on the passenger-side under the hood right behind where the washer reservoir sits. (See pics below)








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Old Sep 13, 2017, 08:57 AM   #2
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Look like an HID conversion kit to me!


See if they cross over to the battery and another one by the D/S headlight bulb connector
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Old Sep 13, 2017, 09:02 AM   #3
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I will check when I get home. I swear, you never know WHAT someone has done previously to a used car!!
I know this car was wrecked in the front. Maybe it had HIDs, and after the wreck was repaired with stock stuff (HID wiring just left hanging?).

Thanks - Like I said, will check, and will post back!
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I looked last night again. I don't see corresponding connectors over on the drivers-side. Looking a little more closely at the mystery connector and wires(on the pass-side), they tie in and are wrapped into the factory harness and *look* to be factory-installed.
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Huh!
I got nuthin'...
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I'm wondering now if that plug goes to the windshield washer pump? This car was wrecked before, and apparently not completely repaired. I've found since buying it that the washer reservoir is busted and mostly missing the lower half...... where, coincidentally the washer pump is mounted, I believe. If that be the case, those two bare connector/prongs remain a mystery though.
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