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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-02-2019, 04:15 PM Thread Starter
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Rear Wiring Question on 2005 660

The wiring to my rear lights is messed up, so I am repairing it. But there is a small 2 wire connector with the light wires that is broken. Itís wires are brown , and a blue with yellow dots. What are those wires for? I canít match them on any wiring schematic that I have found.

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Try posting a pic further away from the rhino so I can reference where the are and what they are next to


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It is near the the rear differential area. I had the wiring pulled back towards the engine to repair it.

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It may be the 2 wires for a reverse light option that arenít used in pre 07 machines


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Oh ok

I taped them up, and put them inside wire loom

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