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Old 09 Nov 2017, 05:01 am
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Wondering what the function of these is?

Pic 6721 is located in the rear on the passenger side (fuelpump??).

Pic 6754 is under the drivers side fender hanging loose and considering the oxide on the contact it's never been connected to anything.

Pic 6762 is some vacuum thing below the passenger side headlight
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Old 09 Nov 2017, 06:33 am
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Pic 6762 is some vacuum thing below the passenger side headlight

That is the vacuum container for the Cruise Control.
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Old 09 Nov 2017, 02:43 pm
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#6721 is part of the vapor recovery system for emissions control.

#6754 could be for the fog light wiring harness if your can does not have them.
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Old 13 Nov 2017, 04:14 am
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#6721 is part of the vapor recovery system for emissions control.

#6754 could be for the fog light wiring harness if your can does not have them.
6754 i don't think it's for the fog lights as they are wired on my car, any other ideas?
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6754 i don't think it's for the fog lights as they are wired on my car, any other ideas?
Sorry, I have no other idea then...
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Old 13 Nov 2017, 07:05 pm
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Connector (C107 0r C108) for the side repeater lamps found on the fenders (rear of front wheels) on some European vehicles

I expect you will find one on the other side as well
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Old 13 Nov 2017, 07:20 pm
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Connector (C107 0r C108) for the side repeater lamps found on the fenders (rear of front wheels) on some European vehicles

I expect you will find one on the other side as well
Martin has an export PT, I have pulled his Build Sheet and his PT does have the Side Repeater Lens, so if that's what that connector is for, it should be plugged in.

Martin, are your side repeater lights working?
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Old 14 Nov 2017, 04:53 am
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Martin has an export PT, I have pulled his Build Sheet and his PT does have the Side Repeater Lens, so if that's what that connector is for, it should be plugged in.

Martin, are your side repeater lights working?
If the side repeaters are the ones that i marked on the picture, then they are working fine without this cable connected, also this cable does not exist on the passenger side.
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Old 14 Nov 2017, 03:35 pm
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I now suspect that the connector is for the siren used in some European vehicles equipped with the premium vehicle theft security system (VTSS)

It is also a black four-pin connector, located on the left side
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Man, if everything is working as it should, I'd put some electrical tape over it and forget about it. It doesn't matter if everything else works the way it's supposed to.
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