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The white and black wires and the silenoid or regulator on pump under drivers side

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The Red/White comes from the AC amplifier into the AC magnet clutch, from termianl 13.

The White/Blue wire goes back from the AC magnet clutch to the AC amplifier, terminal 14

The Black/White wire goes to two places, via a splice splice, 1 is to the relay box, Fan Relay # 3, and 2 is to the AC Magnet Clutch Relay.

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All things Capri are at //www.techcapri.com/
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Wiring diagrams are there. Probably fixed by now anyway.

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Posted on Jan 07, 2009

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Is there green corosion on the tip of the wire ? Chances are the answer is yes. You will have to detach the fuse panel/box and run a new wire and connector to the fuse panel. Splice into the wire you can see, but make sur you cut enough of the wire off to get rid of the corrosion.Hope this helps.

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SOURCE: Replacing the driver side headlight wiring harness

one will be ground one will be high beam and the other dipped beam

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