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Unidentified electrical connector on Quota

Discussion in 'Quota & TT' started by Rafael, Aug 27, 2010.

  1. Rafael

    Rafael GT Reference

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    Hi all, My Buddy and I were installing a PCIII on his Quota ES 1100 and found this disconnected connection near the ECU. Does anybody recognize it? Or know what it's for?

    thanks, Rafael
     

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  2. Chris R

    Chris R Cruisin' Guzzisti

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    Yes - it is a 'SureSeal'. We use them on wiring harnesses for tractor trailers. It is proprietary and you wont find the matching one on the shelf. They are also excellent in that they are water tight and virtually indestructable.
    You need tooling that you rent from Sureseal to make the connector.

    Their URL is here: http://www.suresealconnections.com/

    As to what it is connected to, don't have a clue. Schematics anyone?
     
  3. Spuddy

    Spuddy Just got it firing!

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    Saw the same unconnected connector on my 1100es. Still dunno what it goes to either.
     
  4. john zibell

    john zibell Moderator Staff Member GT Famiglia

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    Sometimes manufactures just build a harness for multiple applications. Some of the connectors on the harness will not be used in all applications. I think this one on the Quota is just one of those that never had a purpose. There is no red/white & blue/white wire pair in use in the Quota schematic.
     
  5. theoneandonly

    theoneandonly Tuned and Synch'ed

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    i think you will find it is access lead to a blinking fault light . for the FI
     

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