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    Free fly socket found
    on: Jul 03, 2022, 07.50 pm
    Jul 03, 2022, 07.50 pm
    Hi all,

    I try to change sparks and air filter.
    Remove all parts step by step











    And (I dont know why)) I see this small cable, which drop down behind motor.
    Pull out and I see disconnected socket. Unprotected. No safety plugs.

    What is it?

    Thank you jn advance.

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    Re: Free fly socket found
    Reply #1 on: Jul 03, 2022, 07.59 pm
    Jul 03, 2022, 07.59 pm
    This cable went down along with 2 air vent rubber hoses (from the tank filler neck).

    Mark red.


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    Re: Free fly socket found
    Reply #2 on: Jul 03, 2022, 08.16 pm
    Jul 03, 2022, 08.16 pm
    It is only used on Models that have the additional Evaporative Emissions Control System,
    ( California ? ), and that connector is for the Evaporative Fuel Cannister Purge Valve.

    Cheers  :821:


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    Re: Free fly socket found
    Reply #3 on: Jul 03, 2022, 09.02 pm
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    Many thanks!
    But why unprotected?
    Dirt, water...  :084:
    I'll put on a small plastic bag

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    Re: Free fly socket found
    Reply #4 on: Jul 04, 2022, 07.37 am
    Jul 04, 2022, 07.37 am
    I agree that it seems wrong not to have it protected, even if that circuit isn't used,
    and it would seem to make sense to fit a matching Blanking Plug to it.

    It think ( but cannot guarantee ) that it is the same connector used for the Front Indicators,
    which I believe to be a "Junior Power Timer" type of connector,
    ( Tyco 106462-1 - 2 Way Male Junior Power Timer Connector ),
    which are relatively easy to find, so you could buy one of those
    and not fit the Pins and wires, then either fill the holes with rubber bungs
    if they are supplied, or just seal them with Silicone sealant.

    Compare this Image with yours !  :028:



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    Last Edit: Jul 04, 2022, 07.43 am by Coconut

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    Re: Free fly socket found
    Reply #5 on: Jul 04, 2022, 06.41 pm
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    Same ))

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    Re: Free fly socket found
    Reply #6 on: Jul 04, 2022, 06.45 pm
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    8 seasons an 22.000 km - filter is not too bad  :745:

     



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