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What these wires?

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Collective wisdomness please.

Can't see any correlating wires in the Bentley diagrams. 

One loose female on a yellow wire. One male on a grey wire. One male on a yellow wire.

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The grey comes out of the round connector for the lights etc. The male yellow come out of the multipin connector. The female comes out of the loom.

May be something to do with rear wiper.

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Front fogs I think Phil.

Edit: sorry, wrong end!

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A  switch for a previously fitted alarm system, mine is on he other side on an 87 Carrera ?

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43 minutes ago, Vincent said:

A  switch for a previously fitted alarm system, mine is on he other side on an 87 Carrera ?

There is no switch.

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How about grey to rear number plate lights and the yellows join together (wire to heater blower switch) ?

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5 hours ago, PeterK said:

How about grey to rear number plate lights and the yellows join together (wire to heater blower switch) ?

Yellow could well be blower.

My number plate lights are working so grey can't be that. 

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Both number plate lights - have the number plate lights been wired from the same feed, rather than one from each side ?

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27 minutes ago, PeterK said:

Both number plate lights - have the number plate lights been wired from the same feed, rather than one from each side ?

Good question, another thing to check.

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