I'm currently in the process of completing my first motor swap into my 97 NA. The motor came from a 99 NB, and although i've managed to plug in most of the connectors back together, there are a few that I can't quite remember where they go. I deleted my PS/AC while I was at it.
1 & 2) Both the little white connector in the background and the black connector on the left I'm not too sure where they go. They appear to be part of the harness that includes the TPS connector by the throttle body.
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3) This silver one comes from somewhere on the block underneath the intake manifold. It was already on the 99 motor and wasn't transferred from my 97 like most of the electronics. The wire itself appears to have a braided covering over it. Not sure where it goes.
4) This one comes from the passengers side firewall by where the AC hardlines used to go. Was this part of the AC system?
5) Alright, this one is a real problem because the connector itself got broken off, although it was your standard black female connector similar to the one that connects to the starter and oil pressure sender. However, it comes from the harness near the back of the block by the coilpack on the passenger's side firewall. It was originally covered in plastic sheathing. I extended it thinking it was the starter wire, but it wasn't so please ignore the electrical tape and anything past it. The wire is blue and red. Anyone know what this is/where it goes?
Thanks in advance for the help!