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Old 08-04-2011, 11:58 AM
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Got tangled up in something on a road in the woods and the wiring got yanked completely out of the 7 pin connector. Got wires hanging that are now short but I can't find anything on which wire goes to which terminal on the new connector. Of course the new connector has all white wires. Does anyone know which color wires go to A,B,C,D,E,F and G? I know one of them doesn't have a wire connected to it but I'm not sure which one.

If the wires from the new plug don't reach I will have to extend the wires a few inches each so I figured butt connectors with the heatshrink would do the trick.
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See the following thread:
2001 Blazer Transmission Issues

Result #6 in a search for "park+neutral+switch+connector".
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This is awesome. Thanks much. Please pardon the ignorance when I ask on the gry wire attached to F it say Backup Lamp Feed - Monitored. What does the monitored mean?
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It's there to make you ask questions... No idea what it means. There is nothing else in that circuit from what I can tell from the rest of the schematics.
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