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After removal from fan, where do I insert the wires? In the numbered "pin holes" on top, or in the slots on the sides?

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If you need the instructions for removal of the top plate to get to the point of the following instructions post another request as it would be too long to add in here now.

Fuel Filter replacement instructions:

After you have removed the fuel tank top plate and find the ground wire spade terminal in the slot of the fuel filter shell. Then insert the tip of a small flat blade screwdriver through the window to depress a tang, and then pull the terminal from the slot and then gently raise the locking arm and pull the U-clip from the holes in the fuel filter shell and remove the fuel filter shell from the end cap and then also remove the o-ring and filter from the fuel filter shell. To reinstall a new filter in the fuel filter shell seat a new o-ring on the counterbore at the top of the filter and then install the fuel filter shell over the end cap, so that the slot in the fuel filter shell engages the index pin on the end cap and then. Holding the parts together, slide the U-clip through the holes on the locking arm side of the fuel filter shell and push the U-clip until its ends exit the holes on the opposite side and then retract U-clip until contact is made with the step in the locking arm. When that is done route the ground wire from top plate TORX screw around the index pin side of the end cap and install the spade terminal into the slot in the fuel filter shell and gently tug on the ground wire to verify that the terminal is locked in place. If the ground terminal does not lock in place properly use a thin flat blade,(like that on a hobby knife), to bend the tang outward slightly away from the terminal body. Then reinstall the top plate.

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I got from a customer VGC-RC310G, dont't bootup. alarm "abnormal cpu fan", on bios cpu rpm = 0 , but fan is running. One strange thing, cpu fan had 4 wires but is connected to a 3 pins plugs on...

Got from customer? Meaning what?

Nothing strange about a 4 wire CPU fan cable.

One wire is for a Positive connection. One wire is for a Negative connection.
One wire is for a sensor that reads the RPM's. The last wire is to regulate the fan speed.

3 wire connector has one Positive wire, one Negative wire, and one wire to read the fan speed.

Manufacturers of fans can put the wires in their connector in any order they wish.

Therefore the 4 wire fan's connections may not match up to the 3 pin connection on the motherboard.
Move the wires around after testing the pins on the mobo, (MOtherBOard), with a multimeter.

Use a needle to depress the lock tab for the metal terminal in the connector, so you can remove the wire.
To explain:

The wires go down into Socket holes of that fan's plastic connector.
The wires go down into the BACK of the plastic connector.
The wires end in a metal terminal. It is a type of Molex rounded female terminal.

A Molex Female Crimp Terminal Connector.

Left-click on the image in the rectangle. (Has across the image)

Takes you to another page showing the metal terminal again. This time you can enlarge the image.
Click on the Zoom In icon at the top ( + )

Looking at the image, a wire comes in the Left side. The U shaped tangs you see are then crimped over the wire. The right side has the receptacle end for the pins on the motherboard. This end is in the Front of the fan's connector.

Come to the left partway on that round barrel shape, and view the tang that sticks out.
There is also one on the opposite side.
These tangs lock the female metal terminal in the plastic connector.

A needle is used on the Front of the connector, and is inserted up into one side of the socket hole.
Inserted up into one of the sides where a tang is.
Inserting the needle depresses the tang.

(You may also have to view the tang as best as you are able, and ensure that it is depressed. {Magnifying glass}

The needle is then inserted into the other side where the other tang is present.
This tang is depressed, then the wire, and metal terminal can be extracted out of the Back of the plastic connector.

Gently bend the tangs back out using the needle. Then after you have removed the wires, (With the metal terminals on their ends), you reinsert the wires into the plastic connector's socket holes, in the order you wish.

Don't use the sensor wire that regulates the fan speed for the 4 wire fan connector.
Use the Positive, Negative, and fan RPM wire.

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Open the hood.

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Remove the electrical connector from the bulb by pulling the connector straight back.
Remove the rubber weather seal by pulling on the tab.

Unclip the end of the hold-down wire from its slot. Pivot it out of the way and remove the bulb.

Insert the new bulb into the hole, making sure the tabs are in their slots. Pivot the hold-down wire back in place and clip the end into the slot.

Install the rubber seal over the back of the headlight assembly. Make sure it is right side up; it is marked TOP.

Push the electrical connector onto the new bulb.

Turn on the headlights to test the new bulb.

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2. Remove the electrical connector from the bulb by squeezing the connector on both sides to unlock the tab. Pull the connector straight off.
3. Remove the rubber weather seal by pulling on the tab.
4. Unclip the end of the hold-down wire from its slot. Pivot it out of the way and remove the bulb.
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-20 or 24-pins connector, that is unique and goes directly to motherboard (powers motherboard and its components)
-4 or 8-pins connector that powers CPU
-the rest would be connectors for ROM (CD/DVD/BlueRay) and HDD devices (there are: molex and sata power conectors)

If you totaly unshure, there is manual:
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