[DML] Re: I too have an extraneous plug!
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[DML] Re: I too have an extraneous plug!

I had the same problems when I started refurbishing my D's I found 
that my manual didn'thave these wires but my auto did, They went to 
nothing,I traced & traced for 1 week till I ran ito another D owner 
with an auto trans & it went no where.

In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Soma576@... wrote:
> If anyone can help me out here, that would be great too!
> After reinstalling my engine there was one connector I couldn't 
figure out  
> what to do with.   It's a white connector just like the unused one 
on  the 
> firewall, about in the middle.  This white connector is located 
behind  the 
> engine, pretty much in the middle of it.  There is two prongs on 
it,  one prong is a 
> black wire, the other is I think two black wires with blue  
stripes on them 
> going to one connector.  It is in the same wiring  bundle that 
goes to the 
> ignition advance solenoid.  Is this one extra,  and if not, where 
does it go?   I 
> have noticed NO adverse effects with  it not plugged in, so I bet 
it is extra. 
>  I didn't remember anything about  when taking the motor out.
> Andy 
> Fargo, ND  
> 1982 DeLorean DMC12 VIN 11596
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

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