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What are these connectors? Any guesses??

The car is a 92 LX that was originally a 4 and was converted to an 8. The car seems to run ok but I keep finding connectors here and there that I'm scratching my head about. I was hoping someone here could give me an idea of what these connectors go to. Here goes...

These are tucked into the P/S kick panel where the ECU sits. If I remove the panel they are just kind of hanging out inside there not connected to anything.



These next 2 connectors I found sitting inside the D/S fenderwell area below the horns. I don;t see anything there that they would connect to and have no idea what they *may* go to....


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if i had to guess.. the first ones might be for power mirrors/locks/windows if your car doesnt have them the body harness prob all do. the second one might be for fog lights? or possibly airbag crash sensors?


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The small connector in the first two pictures looks like a speaker connector. In the last picture the small connector looks like the one for the windshield washer fluid motor (hard to tell from the backside). The large connector in the last pic looks like the DRL connector (should have a shorting plug snapped on the front).
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Thanks guys! I appreciate the help!
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93 cobra computer from the autozone???????? good or not?????

i whant to buy a computer for my 90 mustang lx hatchback but i dont know what is the best for me ,i have aluminium heads 210cc flow trick flow intake nitrous ,plate whit 150 shot 5 speed 373 gears ,75mm throttle body,and i gonna put 24lb injectors and what computer you recomend for my build,,,,,,i have these numbers from autozone E9ZF-AA-DA,F3ZF-DB 93 COBRA COMPUTER OR THE CLASSIC A9L,,,,,,PLEASE I DONT KNOW WHAT TO DO ,,,,,ANY SUGESTIONSS??????????????????
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the grey 8 pin connecter is a part of the eng harness the big one is for the comp there should be a square green one in there too thats also eng harness if goin to carb you dont really need them hooked up as for the other connecters im not sure i just unpluged the square green plug round grey plug unplugged comp pulled out eng harness that was fun on another note i got a m9ko2 eec-iv comp forsale its from a 90 lx hatch 4cyl 170k il take 50 for it i dont need it
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can anyone identify the grey connector in the second picture , I did a 4 cylinder 93 swap to 5.0 changed the harness to 5.0 and was left with this connector please help
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Bump. I also need to know what the 2 prong gray connector is I cannot reference it anywhere thanks in advance
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