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post #1 of 7 Old 10-13-2021, 09:35 AM Thread Starter
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Random white plug in center console

I removed my center console and noticed a white plug on the driver's side near the transmission tunnel. It was wrapped in plastic like it was never used from the factory and was curious of what accessory it might go to? Depending on what it is meant for, could I possibly use the circuit for another mod? The cables are solid purple and black

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post #2 of 7 Old 10-13-2021, 11:04 AM
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The BLK is ground. There is a solid PRP for the FR+ speaker, but not sure why it would be in a connector in the console. It must have a different designation in that circuit. Interesting - following!

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The FSM designates purple as violet or "VT" but I just finished combing through the FSM looking for this combo of a "VT/BK" of a "White 2 Way" connector and came up with NADDA!

Out of curiosity I'll have to take a gander on mine and see if it's there and what it may be hooked up to when I get back on the interior.

My guess is either power port or heated seats, heated seats probably not though since it's only a 2 wire connector. A DMM on it while the vehicle is on should give some more info though.

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The FSM designates purple as violet or "VT" but I just finished combing through the FSM looking for this combo of a "VT/BK" of a "White 2 Way" connector and came up with NADDA!

Out of curiosity I'll have to take a gander on mine and see if it's there and what it may be hooked up to when I get back on the interior.

My guess is either power port or heated seats, heated seats probably not though since it's only a 2 wire connector. A DMM on it while the vehicle is on should give some more info though.
Its routed in the wrong place for seat heat or power they both are right behind the ash tray.
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I believe it's a power connector (think spare for powering an add on). Use a voltmeter and see if it shows 12vdc. I'm including snips from a service manual. Page 8W-91-9 lists it as a white connector.
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I removed my center console and noticed a white plug on the driver's side near the transmission tunnel. It was wrapped in plastic like it was never used from the factory and was curious of what accessory it might go to? Depending on what it is meant for, could I possibly use the circuit for another mod? The cables are solid purple and black
Do you have 2 power plugs in lower area in front of shifter? If not mine does. Could be aux power port.
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Do you have 2 power plugs in lower area in front of shifter? If not mine does. Could be aux power port.
I do have both power plugs in front of the shifter and both are connected.
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