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Old 29 Apr 2007, 04:29 pm
Dick Dawson
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Default help me ID electrical connectors 86 Accord

I was doing some work on my 86 Accord LX (AT) today and I needed to remove
the battery. I found that two barrel shapped electrical plugs directly
behind the battery were disconnected and probably have been so for at least
a few years, i.e since one of the previous times a "professional" mechanic
worked on the car. One plug has a red/white wire and a white wire and it
plugs into a blue socket. The other plug has black and white wires and it
plugs into a black socket directly below the blue socket. Both sockets are
mounted on a post adjacent to the fuse box.

I'm wondering what issues having these plugs disconnected may have caused
and what differences I might expect once I get the car put back together
(need exhaust parts) with the plugs connected.

DD


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Old 02 May 2007, 07:51 pm
Matt Ion
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Default Re: help me ID electrical connectors 86 Accord

Dick Dawson wrote:
> I was doing some work on my 86 Accord LX (AT) today and I needed to remove
> the battery. I found that two barrel shapped electrical plugs directly
> behind the battery were disconnected and probably have been so for at least
> a few years, i.e since one of the previous times a "professional" mechanic
> worked on the car. One plug has a red/white wire and a white wire and it
> plugs into a blue socket. The other plug has black and white wires and it
> plugs into a black socket directly below the blue socket. Both sockets are
> mounted on a post adjacent to the fuse box.
>
> I'm wondering what issues having these plugs disconnected may have caused
> and what differences I might expect once I get the car put back together
> (need exhaust parts) with the plugs connected.


Near as I can tell, looking at the shop manual, those are related to the
headlight retractors. Do all your lights work properly?
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