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Help identifying connectors

I've been working on trimming my dash wiring harness for my 2000 and I can't identify what these connectors go to. They are both around where the turn signal relay separates from the main harness. Thanks for the help!

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Are they not id’d on your wiring diagrams?


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No, unfortunately they're not. The 3-pin plug looks just like an airbag plug, but it's black instead of the typical brown.
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I will look up later

2000 gt?
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Sorry, my earlier response didn't post for some reason. It's for a 2000 v6 but it should be the same as the gt for those connectors. The three pin connector is the same as the brown airbag connector but it's black.
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I will look up later

2000 gt?
Any progress?
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I could not find the component pages

what wiring diagram are you using?

do you know the wire terminations?

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I could not find the component pages

what wiring diagram are you using?

do you know the wire terminations?
I'm using the HELM diagram book. I found that the 3-pin connector is for the shift lock actuator, the other I ended up removing because the car still started and functioned properly without it, it's the grey one in these pictures:
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I think it may have gone to the steering wheel controls?
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Regardless, here what I ended up with.
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