02 Impala unlugged wire hanging

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Asked by Feb 17, 2017 at 03:37 PM about the 2002 Chevrolet Impala Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have an 02 Chevy impala and I've noticed that there is a
plug not connected and hanging under the front of the car
on the passenger side. The plug is located right under the
front front bumper and looks to to be connected to the
wires leading to the cooling fans behind the radiator. I've
looked to find where it plugs into but no luck. Anybody
know what this plug is?

6 Answers

73,045

Do the windshield washers work? The windshield washer reservoir is on the passenger side under the battery. Can you just move it around its length to see if you see any open connectors? Do all the head lights work?

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69,315

Also check the low coolant sensor. It's on the radiator under the radiator cap a few inches. Looks like a little square black box. HTH. -Jim

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Yes windshield and head lights work. I'll check under the radiator

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69,315

Sounds good. Here's what that coolant level sensor looks like. Hopefully the picture comes through. I've had trouble posting pictures but here goes. HTH. -Jim

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I checked it and the sensor is already plugged in. I attached a photo from the top end to see if anyone recognizes it from another angle. It's connected to the same harness as the connector for the airbag sensor. I've checked all around but have no clue where it could go

69,315

Do you have fog lights? On an outside temperature display? HTH. -Jim

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