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    Unused wire connector under dash on 1025R

    Does anyone know what this two wire connector would be used for? It has a blue and black wire to it with a dummy plugq

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    I'm not positive but I believe that that is the wire that I plugged into for the switch on my independent lift.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Milharri View Post
    I'm not positive but I believe that that is the wire that I plugged into for the switch on my independent lift.


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    I agree. When I connected my independent lift switch, there was a wire harness that was connected to a two-wire plug under the dash that was capped with a dummy plug.

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    Which side of the dash? On the left side it would be the plug for the switch for the independent lift as stated above. If it is on the right side, it is to plug the wire harness to independent lift valve into.
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    Quote Originally Posted by psrumors View Post
    Which side of the dash? On the left side it would be the plug for the switch for the independent lift as stated above. If it is on the right side, it is to plug the wire harness to independent lift valve into.
    I only found the one plug it was in the center under the dash. Blue wire and black wire to the plug

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