Identify a connector, please

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oldpro
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Identify a connector, please

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Today I replaced the battery on my '05. When I pulled the old battery up and out I saw an unused socket (2-conductor) on the wiring leading to the windshield washer pump.
Any idea what would plug into that?
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Re: Identify a connector, please

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I don't remember seeing an unused connector on mine...

Does the connector look like the windshield washer pump connector, but keyed differently? If so, maybe you have a wiring harness from an Outback/Legacy, and that connector could be for the rear window washer pump.
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Re: Identify a connector, please

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It's unused.

Subaru just used the same harness for the Baja in that area as they did in the Outback.

The same symptom is in Outback Sedans.

It's for a rear sprayer motor but since the Baja doesn't have it they just have it floating around.
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Thanks, guys; that makes perfect sense. :D
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