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Old 02 Feb 2011, 10:47 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question grey/white electrical connector under dash

Hi, Does anyone know what this grey/white connector is used for, its located under the dash driver side above the air vents on a classic.

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Old 03 Feb 2011, 09:41 PM   #2 (permalink)
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someone must know what its used for???
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Old 03 Feb 2011, 10:02 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Re: grey/white electrical connector under dash

Manufacturers make standard harnesses so options can be fitted with out needing to change the wiring.
Why do you need to know? I wouldn't worry about what it's for
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Re: grey/white electrical connector under dash

It was just out of interest as I was trying to locate my OBDii connector.
What type of things can be attached to it?
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Re: grey/white electrical connector under dash

ask subaru or look it up or search and find out what your car is missing compaired to the upgraded model. then go from there or post the list on what you are missing
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ask subaru or look it up or search and find out what your car is missing compaired to the upgraded model. then go from there or post the list on what you are missing
cheers but I gave up on it as I found the OBDii connector a while ago.
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cheers but I gave up on it as I found the OBDii connector a while ago.
yeah he seems to have dragged a few older posts up
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Re: grey/white electrical connector under dash

Resurrecting my old thread. As I stumbled across something trying to find an ECU data logger for a Nissan. It's identical to the Nissan Consult plug so it could be to read trouble codes as well. Especially since in the 90's Nissan and Subaru used each others parts.

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