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I have two wire connectors in the back of the motor that are unhooked where do they go?

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  • Justin May 11, 2010

    Need more information -- how many wires in each connector and what shape is the connector. Also, some grand prix have connectors with no mate due to equipment changes in production year.

  • Richard Scordino May 11, 2010

    Many harnesses contain wires for options you may not have or were removed at one time...If everything is working, I suggest you just tape over plug ends so they do not short on anything and leave it alone.

  • rusabus May 11, 2010

    How many pins does each connector have? Which engine does your car have (the '95 was offered with a 3.4L DOHC V6 and a 3.1L V6). Do you have an automatic or manual transmission? How long are the wires leading to the connectors? Are the loose connectors near the top of the engine or the bottom of the engine? Are they part of a wiring harness? If so, is that harness secured to the firewall or engine? Have you recently replaced anything on the engine? Is there anything you're aware of that doesn't work (like the speedometer, reverse lights, etc)? Can you get a picture of the connector(s) and post it here? Generally, when I discover a connector that is disconnected, I see how long the wire is and look at every place where the wire could reach. Usually, the wiring harnesses on modern cars are pretty thoroughly thought-out. Wires typically emerge from the main bundles fairly close to where they plug into the engine. If you just look at where the wires can reach, you'll likely see where they connect. Without some more specifics, these could be anything.



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Same harness is used for similar vehicles...plugs can be for an option you don't have or for something on a vehicle the harness is also used for. If the car is running well, don't worry about them.

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