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Red face What is this plug under my drivers seat and kill switch ? 1995 GTS

I was looking under the drivers seat of my 95 GTS to see if it had a fuel pump relay under there like I believe the Fox bodies did, and I pulled a two prong female connector out from underneath the carpet. I don't think it was hooked to anything, I couldn't find what it hooked back in to if I did lol.

What I am trying to do is find a good way to make a kill switch for my car. Can't have my baby stolen. Any ideas?


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Do you have power seats? If not, it could be the wiring for that. Had to remove my seat once, and the wiring was of the 2 prong variety.

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No power seats, so maybe it is just wiring for that.

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Don't press it! It's the Eject button!!

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Don't press it! It's the Eject button!!
Too late No biggie though, my big head kept me from going threw the roof

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Either power seat or something for the seat belt? Passenger side seat has the same thing even though that seat is non-powered.
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Anti theft- rig up a switch to your fuel pump or to the battery. Just cut them off when you get out. You could hide that battery switch somewhere under that seat or in the glove box.

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