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Was checking on some wiring and found this connector dangling towards the PCM area. Does anyone know what this connector is for or where it goes? Asking so I don't have to remove my battery and IPM module for nothing 馃槀

Side note I've been having some electrical problems. Misfiring at idle, left low beam does not work, and radiator fans don't turn on. New spark plugs/wires/coil pack, left low beam does not have any power at the bulb connector, radiator fans DO function when jumped at the relay behind the front bumper. Does this sound like a PCM issue? Thanks in advance!

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Tested for power and it seems to be a relay. Also found this old post guessing it's for the fog lights(which I don't have)... makes sense.
 
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Tested for power and it seems to be a relay. Also found this old post guessing it's for the fog lights(which I don't have)... makes sense.
If the connector is for the fogs lights, I never knew. I had asked a question over a year back where the vehicle connector for the fogs were and nobody really knew.

So, I did the next best thing, I used a trailer wire clamp and tagged the power off of the parking lights. Made sure it wasn't the turn signal wire. LOL The LED fogs come on when the parking lights are on. Really slick for a simple setup.
 
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