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    help with wiring connector

    I have a 2 pin female connector under the hood dangling, not connected to anything. It is part of the wiring harness on the drivers side sort of under the brake booster. It has one green/white wire and one brown wire.

    Does anyone know what this is supposed to plug into?

    97 Z3 2.8l automatic trans.

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    Could you take a picture of it in its location to help give us a clue please?
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    Mystery plug

    Plug in question circled in RED. I have it pulled up right under the brake fluid reservoir right above the steering shaft.
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    Great Pic but I see nothing that looks like that plug or a cable ending with those colored wires on my 2000. Hopefully, others may be able to help.
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    Mystery plug

    I think a 2000 model may be too different. Thanks for looking.

    Anyone else out there with a 97 or 98 that can take a peek under the hood and see if they can see a connector like this and where it goes?

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    My '2000 has a connector in that location for the BMW alarm siren. Not sure of the wire colors.
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    Yes, Thanks.

    I have a connector nearby that goes to the siren as well. It is the grey colored connector right below the one circled in the picture. This connector ties into the wiring harness right against the drivers side fender and is not very long.

    I replaced the engine recently and wondering if I missed connecting something or this is an unused circuit on my car. The car has been running great so not sure what it might be.

    Thanks again for looking.

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