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Hanging plug can’t figure it out

Hanging plug can’t figure it out

Postby HeadsUp [OP] » Aug 05 2019, 11:48pm

Hey guys,
Bought a 2002 z71 as a project. Transmission has no gears. No forward or reverse. Just been looking it over before I start pulling stuff apart, and found a hanging plug above the transmission just barely peeking out. 2 wire. Followed it and it’s the first branch off the big round main plug into the 4L60. Where does this thing go?? I thought it was to the VSS but it’s already plugged up. And it doesn’t reach. This plug has a green wire and purple wire.
Any help is appreciated! Thanks!
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Re: Hanging plug can’t figure it out

Postby ASTE25 » Aug 08 2019, 8:09am

Probably to an O2 sensor.
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