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Old 01-10-2017, 12:00 PM
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i've started digging into my D1 a little now that I've solved the initial oil leaks.

working on the cruise control last night and found the vacuum lines all disconnected so ran new line in the engine bay. At the vacuum pump I found the following connector, it runs from the same harness as the vacuum pump. Anyone got any ideas what it should plug into?

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I'd bet a buck it's for the motorized headlight leveling.
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there's motorized headlight leveling in a D1 ? woah.
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I've never seen it in real life but the Rave mentions it in the ETM and the WSM.
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i'm going to go digging around in the car when i get home tonight. This one was a special order R380 SD model as a personal car for a Landrover salesman so its conceivable he got excited by options.
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I've never seen headlamp levelers in real life either, but that seems like a good guess. Connectors C190 and C191.

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Automatic transmission temperature warning light switch
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It's for your flux capacitor.
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Headlight leveling connector is a three wire and the transmission temp switch is a two wire connector.

Flux capacitor is blue tooth.
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This is a two wire, which makes sense that its unplugged as the truck has an r380.
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