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My rear abs locks up when it rains, Brake light is on. This part sits behind the driver headlight area. I can't order the part unless we know what it is. 2002 Dodge Ram Van 2500.

  • Took it in to fix abs, they sent me this picture and a reference to the dodge house to fix it. Service guy doesnt even know. – Kelly Watkins Mar 6 at 1:35
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It is just a connector that is not plugged into anything. Presumably it is for an option that you don't have fitted to your car, hence it is not plugged into anything.

Why do you want to replace it? Do you think it has something to do with the ABS fault?

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  • Could also be a diagnostic port. Doesn’t look like OBD, though. – Bob Cross Mar 3 at 14:03
  • @BobCross That is a possibility. – HandyHowie Mar 3 at 14:09
  • I would think it would have a cover if it was for an option that was not installed. being open doesn't make sense. – David Watson Mar 3 at 16:50
  • @DavidWatson Some manufacturers may add a cover, but from my experience I would say that was the exception. If there is nothing connected at either end of the cable, why would they waste money covering it? – HandyHowie Mar 3 at 17:41
  • @HandyHowie OK, That makes sense. I was assuming that one end of the harness was connected somewhere else. Maybe like a foglight harness that ended up in the fusebox. – David Watson Mar 3 at 17:47

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