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Identify electrical block

Thanatose32422

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I have a 1994 gmc siera sle k1500 with the 5.7l 350 tbi my question is after hours of searching I am still unsure about a junction block on the passenger side firewall behind the coolant tank there are 5 nodes with a jumble of cut wires and I would like to get everything rewired correctly if anyone could tell me what this component feeds its just between my fuel pump fuse and the relay
 

Thanatose32422

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This is not my unit just a picture of the part I'm trying to figure out i will post a picture of what is in the truck tomorrow I know 1 node has a wire directly off the positive post from the battery but I have about 4 wires that have been cut and the far most left node has nothing attached at all
 

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So that is the power junction block. It is supplied power normally from the starter although I think it is sometimes a one piece wire. Those individual nodes as you call them all should be hot and supply power to the rest of the truck
 

Thanatose32422

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This is my setup trying to figure out what the plug im holding is for and what the orange wire is supposed to feed
 

Thanatose32422

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Thats what I initially thought however the light has no plug and the 4 foot worth of wire made me think otherwise found it tucked into the frame under the door
 
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