1991 - Blue plug next to Lamp Failure Box?

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Old 11 Oct 2003, 08:54 am   #1 (permalink)
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Default 1991 - Blue plug next to Lamp Failure Box?

Working on my yellow Lamp Failure Box, I notice a blue colored plug hanging
loose next to it (the plug that goes into the Lamp FB is white, and
larger). There is a white socket mounted next to it as well that the blue
plug will fit into.

Should that blue plug be plugged in? Or is there some reason that it is
not to be plugged in that a total car illiterate like me would not be aware
of (ie, option to bypass LFB; diagnostic use only;...)

I wondering if the fact that it was unplugged could have anything to do
with the LFB burning up one of its wires.

Clue me in.

Thanks!
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Old 11 Oct 2003, 09:18 am   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: 1991 - Blue plug next to Lamp Failure Box?

duggy <sdfa@aol.com> wrote in
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> Working on my yellow Lamp Failure Box, I notice a blue colored plug
> hanging loose next to it (the plug that goes into the Lamp FB is
> white, and larger). There is a white socket mounted next to it as
> well that the blue plug will fit into.
>
> Should that blue plug be plugged in?


Nevermind. I just realized it's the plug for the power antenna. Duh.
Since the motor broke, it was unplugged and left in the up position.

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Old 11 Oct 2003, 08:17 pm   #3 (permalink)
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Default Re: 1991 - Blue plug next to Lamp Failure Box?

duggy wrote:

> Working on my yellow Lamp Failure Box, I notice a blue colored plug hanging
> loose next to it (the plug that goes into the Lamp FB is white, and
> larger). There is a white socket mounted next to it as well that the blue
> plug will fit into.
>
> Should that blue plug be plugged in? Or is there some reason that it is
> not to be plugged in that a total car illiterate like me would not be aware
> of (ie, option to bypass LFB; diagnostic use only;...)
>
> I wondering if the fact that it was unplugged could have anything to do
> with the LFB burning up one of its wires.
>
> Clue me in.
>
> Thanks!


That plug is for a power antenna, found on the LE models, but all were
wired for it.

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