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Cecil
Thu May 30 2013, 02:56PM

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While tidying up some dash wireing, I found 3 wires inside of a black jacket/loom. they were blue,grey,&red. not attatched to anything. Dead-end. Everything works that im aware of, does anyone know what they might have possible went to? Thanks!

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air cool or wbx ? , will check the bently diagram

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83.5 Vanagon 1.9 water cooled

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Fri May 31 2013, 09:33AM

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Diagram was no help. Black wire is usually 12v positive so you could hook up a meter or a test bub and if there is power on the wire you can start removing fuses one at a time until you get to the one that supplies it. With the fuse number you can go back to the diagram

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Thanks Fred, it was around the radio location so it might have been for a factory radio (since been changed) with everything working it must be obsolete now. It just had me curiouse what it was. Thanks again......Cecil BTW I taped it up good so hopefully it wont be a future problem.

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