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    Rouge wire

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ID:	4645 changing the o2 sensor I found this wire melted to the exhaust manifold have no idea where it plugs into or what it does.....any help

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    on my '88, the area ur pointing to is where the connector from the O2 sensor sits in a bracket mounted there on the wheel well. btw, where does that brown wire from the last pic go to?
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    That's the wire I am trying to figure out.

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    216 manuals section of this site
    http://www.mightyram50.net/vbulletin...er-216-Manuals

    haynes manual chapter 12, Chassis electrical.

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