what is this unused electrical connector; interior fuse box location

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  1. grnphrog

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    I have an unused electrical connector found in the interior fuse box... i added a couple of pictures for reference. Thanks for looking =) IMG_3108.jpg IMG_3106.jpg
     
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    Is it constant hot?
     
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    My first guess would be something to do with the rear doors. That its something you don't have, such as for a hatch glass open, or wiper, and you have barn doors..



    Purple wire does do speed sensor, and to cruise control..

    Is that purple, yellow gray wires?
     
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    Duh... Meant to check that first. Just checked it and no power at all. Checked it with no key installed, key to On position, and with car running. Nada o_O
     
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    I do have Rear Glass that opens, and no barn doors.
     
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    Any chance yours is a 2wd w/o stabilitrak? I'm thinking maybe that 3 button switch that would be
    purple wire to stabilitrac
    yellow and blue or gray to 4wd high and 4wd low.


    I don't think that's the MBEC, I think that's the LBEC. What about on the cover?
    You could check if your hazards are working.
    Power folding mirrors?
    Rear Blower?

    Is there any chance that's a data link connector?
     
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    Wouldn't be for power folding mirrors.
     
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    I have it too, but it's plugged in. The other half goes up. Not sure how far, but up.
     
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    Thank you all for your replies, i really appreciate the efforts :)
    I do have a 4wd without the stabilitrac, i checked for power as mention above but didnt try it with the hazards on.
    i'll do that in a bit.
    i was thinking it might be for heated mirrors, but apparently my rig came standard with them and i checked that they are working correctly.
    so i'm pleased with that as least.
     

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