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2004-2007 Cadillac CTS-V Performance Mods Discussion, Mystery wire Please help!!! in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2004 - 2007; Just finished installing Maggie and when reaching around back felt this wire harness...can anyone tell me where it is supposed ...
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    Unhappy Mystery wire Please help!!!

    Just finished installing Maggie and when reaching around back felt this wire harness...can anyone tell me where it is supposed to plug into? Is it bypassed when using the Maggie? also if you look closely at the bottom left my harness is rubbing on the back belt any ideas on how to safely tuck it so it wont rub? my last resort is zip ties...thanks a million Matt...also pulling a crank angle low voltage code...is that the harness and its not hooked up so maybe that is the low voltage issue? Maybe.....I ppreciate any and all advice

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    Re: Mystery wire Please help!!!

    I used zip ties for those wires. Lots of them.
    If it's in the back could it be the MAP sensor. It was in the rear of the stock intake manifold, and you should have moved it next to the jack shaft. Just below the bottom of that pic.
    Cant help with the code.

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    Re: Mystery wire Please help!!!

    Looks like the cam sensor.


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    Re: Mystery wire Please help!!!

    I think you are right about it being the CMP or camshaft position sensor...Is it possible to plug it back in without removing the super charger and manifold? thanks ctsv154....

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    Re: Mystery wire Please help!!!

    Should be if you have small hands.

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    Re: Mystery wire Please help!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by cts-v2k5 View Post
    I think you are right about it being the CMP or camshaft position sensor...Is it possible to plug it back in without removing the super charger and manifold? thanks ctsv154....
    Quote Originally Posted by ctsv154 View Post
    Should be if you have small hands.
    I don't and yes you can. Also zip tie the crap out of those wires around that pulley. I made some more room for myself by adding a steel braided rear crossover line instead of the hard line. Before my harness was stretched really tight around the blower but now I have some play available.

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