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connector by footpedals

just went under to work on my alarm today and noticed that by the firewall and the rubber grommet there is an electrical connector, looks like about a 10 pin, just hanging there
does anyone know what the hell that is?
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got a pic?

i know there is a brake light switch but thats only 2-3 pins..
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ill take a picture when i get out of class. yeah its very odd i never even noticed it until i crawled down there, looks like it should be connected to something hahaha
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probably the clutch pedal position switch connector
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its autooo. i tried to get a pic, but its just such an awkward angle and it's super dark.. i'll see if i can get a flood in there or something and snap one. i just looked again, its 11 or 12 pin, but 11 wires are connected.. different colors (orange, brown, green , blue) hmmm
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Are you talkign about the OBD II plug between the hood release and E-brake?
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no no, that's an actual plug, this connector is just hangin' there right against the firewall, there is some black pull handle right next to it as well
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be sweet if it was a brake controler conection for a trailer.... haha i wish.
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Is it a copper color or black?
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the connector itself is clearish-white
the pull handle is black plastic
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try and snap a pic of it.
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