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Old 04-09-2010, 04:35 PM   #1
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k, I've looked around a bit and haven't found anything as to what these electrical clips are for.. (ill post pics of them) they are on the pas. side by the speaker (actually found them in the speaker cover, already checked an no, they are not clips for the speaker its self) so.. im wondering what on earth are these plug into? if anyone could help, it would be much appreciated thank you

please ignore the mess of wires hanging from the left in the second pic... i recently bought my ti and realized there were things to work on, and now that im re-doing my interior i found out lots of the wriring is/ was cut in the drivers door and what ever that plug is on the left now as well... and was "fixed" by taping it together with electrical tape... i suppose the things to fix are just adding up..
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They look a little like the jacks for the door speakers.

Any chance the wire is long enough to go up into the door?
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not at all, in the further away pic thats the extent of the wire, i pulled all the slack out of it and thats as long as it gets, just short of touching the floor, and i thought it was a speaker jack as well thats why i checked the one that was right there, mind you i have no idea if any of the speakers work since the guy i bought the car off of managed to lose the faceplate for the deck
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The wiring diagram shows a yel/vio wire goes to the left rear speaker.

And it shows a vio/yel to the comfort relay for certain years with sunroof.
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Old 04-09-2010, 08:05 PM   #5
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thank you! when i get a new deck installed ill have to check to see if all my speakers are working, and try to fix it if its not. and i dont have a sunroof, unless they added the wiring without the actual device it is supposed to be used for. either way, thank you very much
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the smaller connector is for your glove box light, and the larger connector is for your glove box light switch, i just unpluged both of those yesterday on my own car
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thaaaaank you!!!! when i put my car back together ill plug those back in now that i know where they go haha, its been dismantled basically since this post was made, ive been too caught up at my new job
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