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Saturn SC Series: I have a 97 SAturn SC I have built my ownn

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I have a 97 SAturn SC I have built my ownn chassis and installed a LS1 and tremec 6speed. In an effort to remove some of the original wiring from the original harness I have removed some wires that land on the gray connection block What I am looking for is a picture of the 3plug in blocks that are on the back side of the IP fuse block
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Saturn
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
The two plugs in question; one is gray it has A-F across the top and 1-12 going down (There is also a black plug identical to the gray). The other one in question is blk A-D down the side and I believe 1-6 across top These plug into the back of the IP Fuse block.
Expert:  Ron Z. replied 2 years ago.
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