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need some help my clip that holds the fan wiring broke and the fan chop plug and wires in half cant find anything on wiring back up so if anybody could shed some light or maybe look at there and tell me what colors go to which wire or something i would really appreciate it

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Just solder the wires back up. It will be the same color wire to the same color wire. From All-Data, the wire colors are:

early 04
1-RD/OG
2-BN/PK
4-DB
5-YE/BK
6-BN/LG

late 04
1-RD/OG
2-BN/PK
4-DB
5-RD
6-BN/LG

If it rippped the wires out of the fan clutch, then you will have to replace the clutch. Other than that, it is pretty straight forward. Just look at both sides of the cut wires and match them up and reconnect them with solder..

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late 04
1-RD/OG
2-BN/PK
4-DB
5-RD
6-BN/LG

this is what i got and on the clutch end it is

1. w
2. g
3. o
4. b
5. r it doesnt match up
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So, you shredded your plug and are left with a bunch of wires???

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Don't know if this will help. Don't really know what you have left of your wiring. Here are some pics of the plug and the corresponding wires and their locations in the plug.




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Do you happen to have the female side?

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