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Old 04-26-2008, 05:27 AM   #1
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Default Coaxil Cable ?

I Posted a question about this earlier in the week
with no response i'm clueless and i need help Desperately !!!!!!!!

So i was checked my gound bus on the passenger side
the other day and i happen to pull on a little black wire
and it came right out looked like it came out from the center
council or from the driver side anyways
i'm not sure what it is i think it'* got to deal with
the TCC Brake Circuit
Because RIGHT After That Happend
i checked for codes i got a code 38 (TCC BRAKE CIRCUIT)
But now it doesn't give any codes.
But Does anyone know where this needs to be hooked
up to ?

And would this stop my engine from turning over ?
or is that i different problem ?
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take a photo of this cable so we can see what you are talking about.
also take photo of where you found it.

Then we can give you an educated answer

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The only coaxial cable I can think of on the passenger side is the antenna lead.
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It isn't the antena i found that wire it'* hooked up fine
and my radio gets great signle.


The cable:
http://i149.photobucket.com/albums/*...e/DSCN1268.jpg

Where I THINK It lead to:
http://i149.photobucket.com/albums/*...e/DSCN1269.jpg
(It goes under the center council)

Where the other end leads to:
http://i149.photobucket.com/albums/*...DSCN1272-2.jpg
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Are you the original owner?


If not, then I think the previous owner might have had 'XM radio' or some satellite system.

Because that is a coaxial cabal, but it'* not factory.

Looks like remnants from an antenna of some sort.


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No I AM Not The orginal owner

This couldn't go to anything else ?
because right after i found it loose
i checked for codes and got 38
and it hasn't turned over since
i'm thinking it'* somthing a little
m more serious ? ? ? ?
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ok...ok..not the first owner

I only asked to see if you had any idea if there is any after-market accesories installed...i.e...alarm...radio..stuff like that



so, is there an after market alarm installed?

I know when they go screwy seems like they affect alot of the cars functions..starting and such
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No I'm not 100%
Sure. But I Think.
There Is No Aftermarket Alarm.
Or ANY AFTERMARKETS
For That Fact.
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No I AM Not The orginal owner

This couldn't go to anything else ?
because right after i found it loose
i checked for codes and got 38
and it hasn't turned over since
i'm thinking it'* somthing a little
m more serious ? ? ? ?
have you checked all your fuses?


maybe when you pulled on that cable it popped a fuse
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As already said, thats definitely coax cable and it doesn't look factory. Maybe this was for a trunk mounted DVDplayer or something like the XM that was already mentioned. (BTW - My XM antenna runs the very same path you posted); plus a brake circuit code would not prevent startup either.

Whats the Security Light doing when you try to start it?
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