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Is anybody familiar with the component name of this wiring harness ? I am trying to find it on Mopar Connection Repair Kit but I didn't have any luck. I am trying to determine what this damaged purple wire leads to. Bonus points if you know that off the top of your head.
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How many wire positions counting all not just those used
Is it a 22 way connector?


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What's your plan? That wires still good, just pull the pin and heat shrink it.
 

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What's your plan? That wires still good, just pull the pin and heat shrink it.
Ultimately I am attempting to diagnose the M19 fuse (ASD #1 and #2) constantly blowing. Engine is giving an active P0688 code, ASD/main sense circuit. I was trying to see if this wire was possibly related.
 

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I have a really bad memory when it come to names, but maybe Reginald 🤔


I'll get mi coat...

Anyway, easiest way to find out if it in fact is the culprit to your woes, just quickfix it with some electrical tape and see if the symptoms go away.
 

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Dont know if this will help....
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Ultimately I am attempting to diagnose the M19 fuse (ASD #1 and #2) constantly blowing. Engine is giving an active P0688 code, ASD/main sense circuit. I was trying to see if this wire was possibly related.
In your first picture, it looks like that purple wire is touching the steel heater line. It's entirely possible that is your issue. I'd tape it up and see if the issue goes away.

Is that wire solid purple or is there a stripe I cant see?
 

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In your first picture, it looks like that purple wire is touching the steel heater line. It's entirely possible that is your issue. I'd tape it up and see if the issue goes away.
So many people have problems with the heat by those pipes that i have bought high temp electrical tape to put on this harness. Now seeing this.....ya! Im am doing it quickly this weekend.
 

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Here is the wiring diagram for ASD relay. Abbreviations of english colors is not my specialty, but I'd venture a guess none of the wires here are what you are looking at.
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That don't mean that the cafed wire is not the culprit here...
 

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Id say wrap it with some electrical tape and see how it goes. Probably dont even need to pull the pin and shrink wrap. The wire looks fine
 

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In your first picture, it looks like that purple wire is touching the steel heater line. It's entirely possible that is your issue. I'd tape it up and see if the issue goes away.

Is that wire solid purple or is there a stripe I cant see?
The wire is solid purple, no secondary colors.
 

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The wire is solid purple, no secondary colors.
I'm not sure that's accurate. The pic is a bit foggy, but it looks to me like there is a (faded) stripe on it. It looks white or gray.

According to the wiring diagrams, there is no solid purple ("violet" actually) on the engine harness. There is a violet/Gray on pin 2 of the INLINE-INJECTOR POWERTRAIN connector. That's right next to a brown/white (pin 1) as in your picture.... which just so happens to be ASD control output
Anyway, the violet/Gray which I believe you are actually talking about is the oil pressure signal


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