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Does anyone know what this plug is for?
 

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How many pins is it? I see two wires, but how many spaces does the connector have?
 

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It might be for the anti-theft module (if equipped) to get a signal from the door lock that it is unlocked.
 

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F-series have a connector in that area for optional cab (roof) lights. It's unclear whether Broncos were wired for that option -- I couldn't find it on mine -- but it could be that.

Neutral Safety Switch = automatic, Clutch Interlock Switch = manual ... but you don't change anything with the wiring over there when swapping between the two, so I don't see why an A/T setup would have an unused connector. The wiring is in place below the steering column for either configuration.
 

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F-series have a connector in that area for optional cab (roof) lights. It's unclear whether Broncos were wired for that option -- I couldn't find it on mine -- but it could be that.

Neutral Safety Switch = automatic, Clutch Interlock Switch = manual ... but you don't change anything with the wiring over there when swapping between the two, so I don't see why an A/T setup would have an unused connector. The wiring is in place below the steering column for either configuration.
Shoot, then I messed up my zf swap wiring
 

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Shoot, then I messed up my zf swap wiring
F-series have a connector in that area for optional cab (roof) lights. It's unclear whether Broncos were wired for that option -- I couldn't find it on mine -- but it could be that.

Neutral Safety Switch = automatic, Clutch Interlock Switch = manual ... but you don't change anything with the wiring over there when swapping between the two, so I don't see why an A/T setup would have an unused connector. The wiring is in place below the steering column for either configuration.
Thank you! I’ll check to see if the wires have power when I turn the headlights on.
 
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