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    Yellow plugs loose behind fusebox

    Hi guys, just having a look at the fusebox (1994 VR6) and noticed to yellow connectors unplugged, tried to upload photo but no joy, one has a single yellow/black cable with single yellow plug, the other has a blue/red cable and a green cable 2 port plug any idea what they do and where they’re supposed to live?
    Red VR6 - only just at 70k miles
    Blue VR6 - M906NNA sold 2008 ish still out there?SORN? :0/
    Red 16v - H107JRE sold 2006 ish, no mot since 2008 :0(

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    You will find 2 blue ones as well. Do not plug any of them together, there will be trouble. They will be plugs and connections for things your car didn’t have fitted. No idea what though.
    4th one surely the last

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    Annoyingly I can see that the heated switch/cigarette lighter cable is also out but after spending 3 hours trying to get the fusebox free I give up lol the ambient temp is now working though
    Red VR6 - only just at 70k miles
    Blue VR6 - M906NNA sold 2008 ish still out there?SORN? :0/
    Red 16v - H107JRE sold 2006 ish, no mot since 2008 :0(

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