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While investigating my no start condition I found this loose pigtail hanging. It looks like it goes to a oil/ac pressure switch or sensor but I can’t locate any unplugged. I traced it back to my main harness under the air box. Any ideas?
All original 1985 Dodge Omni GLHT
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That is pigtail that goes down to your VSS (vehicle speed sensor) on extension housing on right axle. Not having that plugged in, you should be having some stalling issues when coming to stop at idle. Should also be throwing a code.
That 6" pigtail was needed for this style replacement vs. the factory original style VSS. So your 85 GLHT isn't ALL original, it has an updated VSS at some point (lol). hehe.
BTW also looks like master cylinder has been replaced as well as heater hoses. Just sayin...
 

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"Basics" for diagnosing a no start condition just in case you may need them.




PM being sent with Powertrain Wiring.
 
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