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 Post subject: Plug identification
PostPosted: Sun Feb 24, 2013 12:24 am 
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What is this please?

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 24, 2013 12:42 am 
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Will have to have a look at my loom but that will plug into a corresponding blue wire on the starter / alternator loom


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i thought that but it doesnt fit. ill fit a bullet crimp so it can fit but aslong as thats what its for then happy days :) ta bro

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Ive just checked It connects to the small alternator wire


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a few more i just want to check... these are on the drivers side, are they for the radio?
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this one is attached to the fuel rail wiring, i brought it up a while ago but i cant find where and cant remember if somebody identified it for me...
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is the plug for the top of the thermostat on the sub loom?
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the next two plugs are coming off the drivers side light, no idea what they are for?
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top pic is the battery cables

second pic dont know

its on the engine loom

last pic the one on the left looks like the fan plug. not sure about the one on the right


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the thermostat plug doesnt seem to be on the engine loom... very off.

ill double check it all on friday and get back to you. may have got the thermostat plug mixed up with the fan plug!

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Hate to point out the obvious, but, last time I checked the left hand side of a fiesta was the passengers side not drivers side you bell end!!

As for the second one, don't remember seeing that on my loom.
Bottom one agree left hand rad fan, right hand looks like the type of plus used on either the MAF, but I think its a few pins short for a zetec MAF.
Thinking about what's around there you could try Crank pos sensor, reversing light switch, coil pack (won't fit zetec but don't know about cvh) or is it even the indicator wire??

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Hate to point out the obvious, but, last time I checked the left hand side of a fiesta was the passengers side not drivers side you bell end!!


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ahh yes crank pos sensor... that fan plug isnt that its more circular? so cant see what that fits.

cant seem to find the thermostat plug hence why i thought itd be on a sub loom?

thanks Paul, kind of stupid of me that was :doh:

the plug that no ones knows i think the fuel rail wiring might be wrong tbh. every plug fits another bar that one!

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The small white plug on the fuel rail wiring plugs in to a suppressor (little white box) on the side of the bracket for the coil pack, the first pic is from the alternator to the batter light on the dashboard


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In the mast pic the plug on the right looks like it would reach either the washer pump or the crank sensor


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Also in the last picture, the blue plug down low on the scuttle panel is the fan switch plug


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the engine loom could be escort loom... get an escort temp sensor for the thermostat housing and thats where that grey plug goes


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cheers lads... yeah the fuel rail wiring must be diff, ill be getting hold of a different one because its seen better days imo.

that plug for the fan switch doesnt fit :S

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Ben you still looking for an injection loom??? found this on the bay

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nice one buddy! big help. also if anyone sees an exterior loom for a zetec pop up ill take that. defo doesnt have the thermostat plug on it

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from memory, the injection loom has the plug for the top sensor on the stat housing...


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