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Bought a Gt200 few hours ago, found these block connectors going nowhere behind the nearside access panel above glove box.

Any ideas guys?
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On my 2006 GTS the unused block connectors in that location were for the factory alarm but I used them to install the Scooter westshoulder with a power point preinstalled.
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Many thanks for your help
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Yep. Those are for the rarely-seen factory alarm.
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Thanks guys
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