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with the key out.

Good day to all the fine blazer ppl here! my 1st visit/post, i've been lucky with my 95s10 4d 4.3vortec, but i'm here now!!!!

out of the blue these 3 things (above)happen all together after driving - pulled batt for a while - drove later, prob went away

few weeks later, same thing happens - as it was pissing me off, and i was out with no tools , i rather randomly grabbed a wire/inlinefuse under the hood and disconnected it. karma was smiling on me cause it actually stopped the 3 concurrent problems in one fell swoop, felt like winning a scratch and win!

2 months later - wire STILL disconnected , yet everything seems normal.

Anybody know what the heck this wire is for? Disconnecting it seems to have fixed my problem with no other effects????

THANK YOU - dave
see pics -red wire w diconnected inline fuse holder(beige) - under the ball , driver side , rear corner of engine compartment
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