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Old 02-19-2006, 08:20 PM   #1
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I need the part number for the twilight sentinel light sensor on the dash( that plugs and unplugs like a fuse and has a blue dot in the center) for my 92 SSEi. Thanks guys
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Jeff, I have a spare for you.

PM me your shipping info.
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Little off topic.. where does it plug in? I've tried to pick up a couple and didn't take the time to figure out where the connector actually can be gotten to.
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Twist and pull. The socket is built in to the trim.
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Twist and pull. The socket is built in to the trim.
Connector Bill...the thingy that holds the wires to the other wires...
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There is no connector to speak of. At least not one you need.

The sensor has a bulb-type base with contacts. This locks into a socket in the dash upper trim bezel.

I've never seen the harness from this socket (buried in the dash) fail.
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Ok.. I was wondering where the wires went to unplug it. Thought the wires were integral to sensor...lol
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Ok.. I was wondering where the wires went to unplug it. Thought the wires were integral to sensor...lol
There ya go thinking again, without being properly equipped.....

I woouldn't have known either, tho. Only time I been in there was when I was bored sitting in a parking lot waiting for my son'* appointment to end. Pulled that trim piece off, seen what was under there, put it back.....
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There ya go thinking again, without being properly equipped.....

I woouldn't have known either, tho. Only time I been in there was when I was bored sitting in a parking lot waiting for my son'* appointment to end. Pulled that trim piece off, seen what was under there, put it back.....
Lol.. now I know how they come off. Really thought it didn't have a connector at the end by the dash panel.

John...really bud...next time..bring a book.
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yea, without that part your headlights automatically come on, this is what my car does (I opted not to put one in there after the fix) I like it better this way, the lights come on when the engine is running and off when U shut off the engine.

kinda like DRL I guess.
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