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    where do I plug loose wires into, inside the electrical box on my 96' SLT 700?

    I have 2 wires that are loose when i cracked open the case while replacing my fuel sending unit. One is tan, that I've traced to the exhaust manifold(black part directly off the engine) before it turns up and is painted red.

    Does anyone have a close-up photo of both sides of the case that you could post or send? There are so many open terminals that I can't even begin to guess where it goes. I look at the wiring diagram and it doesn't seem to show where they plug in, on the terminal blocks, or I'm too stupid to understand it...

    Thanks, I really appreciate any help I can get.

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    All the terminals are labeled with the color that belong on them. Connect it to the terminal labeled tan with other tan wires. The wire you have is the temp sensor. May have been disconnected for troubleshooting, because it failed, or the ski overheats.

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