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Old November 16th, 2015, 07:38 PM
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Quick NAS110 Wiring Question

Replaced bulkhead and getting things all buttoned up. I have two wires in the pic which don't have a logical connection. This is on the engine-side bulkhead just to the passenger side of the air horn (you can see my snorkel connection in the pic).

Both wires have male bullet connectors. The one in front is grey with a red dash on the wire, the other is white with purple stripe. There is a connector block near there where these could plug in but there are no corresponding same-colored wires on that block so its unclear where they go.

Been reading over the wiring schematic but white/purple is used many times in different harnesses so not clear.

If someone with a NAS 110 could snap a pic of that connection there or take 5 mins and let me know how those connect there - that would be much appreciated.

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Old November 16th, 2015, 07:42 PM
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We have one in the shop, let me check.....
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Old November 16th, 2015, 07:54 PM
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I forgot that we put a new harness is this one but I have the Grey/ Red capped and not connected and I don't see a purple and white but this is the earlier version of the harness.

http://www.internet-tools.co.uk/land...l%20(1993).pdf
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Thx - ive been looking at this off and on for a few weeks and couldn't figure it out - then post this and go out to check something and found a black/purple female bullet comnector hidden behind the other wiring mess. Checked the wiring and looks like that black/purple connects to the slate/red for center diff lock switch. So one down .......
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