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Headlight assembly connector color code and wiring diagram for 2004 impala

I have to replace the connector to a new right headlight assembly on a 2004 chevy impala, someone cut the original connector off and I do not know which wires from the harness go to which wires on the connector.

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Test it. Try all the sequence below until it match all three wires. Don't worry, it won't spark if the wire will not match the right wire.

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