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How to replace missing connector to headlight assembly on 2004 Impala

Someone cut the connector to the right headlight assembly on a 2004 chevy impala, I purchased a new connector assembly, I need to know which wires on the connector connect to the existing wires coming from the harness. Wires coming from the harness are color coded, wires on the new connector are not.

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Compare the wires to the other side. ; )

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