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Old 01-14-2020, 09:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Where does this connector go?

I'm currently in the middle of cleaning the wiring up on my previously 6.5L powered, now mechanical 6BT 1999 K1500 suburban. This is on the driver side at the harness bulkhead.

I've studied and studied every diagram I can find, but I can't find any color combos that match that gray harness/connector. It's connector c132 in the diagram below, it's a 10 pin very similar to the ABS or cruise control module connector. It SAYS it's for the long gone NP246, but before I terminate that entire bundle, I'd like to confirm.

Thank you, all.

Some of the colors are:
lt grn/blk
brn/wht
blu
blk
yel/blk
red/wht
ppl and yel twisted
grn and lt blu twisted


NOTES:
NP246 was replaced by NP241C.
Trans will be operated by standalone controller, factory NSS, Compushift control
ABS is completely deleted, with new brake lines.



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Thank you very much. I had all of the diagrams from AllData printed and stapled but I must have skipped this one because that transfer case is completely gone. Thanks again.
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"that transfer case is completely gone." did you do a solid axlw swap or did you made a 4x4 truck a 2wd?
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"that transfer case is completely gone." did you do a solid axlw swap or did you made a 4x4 truck a 2wd?
I mean "that" as in "that specific transfer case". I replaced it with a 241 to drive a Dana 60.
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