HUMVEE 29Z wire info needed

murilod

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Hi,

Im working on a M1114 and I can not find where to connect the wire 29Z. This wire is in the same area of the Transmission (TCM) manual reset ( behind the battery box) The wire was cut off So I dont know if was a male or female connector.

Any help will be well appreciated!

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badgerd

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There are 2 “29” wires in that area, 29D from the run switch to the circuit breaker and 29T from the circuit breaker to the 12V relay for the TCM. I can check to see what the 29T is later for M/F if that’s the one you need. I don’t have the original breaker installed to check the other.





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murilod

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There are 2 “29” wires in that area, 29D from the run switch to the circuit breaker and 29T from the circuit breaker to the 12V relay for the TCM. I can check to see what the 29T is later for M/F if that’s the one you need. I don’t have the original breaker installed to check the other.





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Thank you for the help !!!
The cable still have the id tag on it The tag number looks like a 29Z Also this Humvee have 3 relays side by side I think one is for the AC I dot know what is the 3rd is for it ( just throwing some extra info)
 

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Circuit numbers are the "same" throughout a vehicle as long as it hasn't been "fooled" with. The 29 circuit should be 24V from the start/run switch since that's what it is going to the trans relay. It's safe to assume that your 29Z is switched power for one of the other two relays, but I wouldn't be able to say whether it's a male or female connector required.
 

murilod

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Circuit numbers are the "same" throughout a vehicle as long as it hasn't been "fooled" with. The 29 circuit should be 24V from the start/run switch since that's what it is going to the trans relay. It's safe to assume that your 29Z is switched power for one of the other two relays, but I wouldn't be able to say whether it's a male or female connector required.
Thanks !!! I think Im going to leave this wire disconnected for now And see what does not turn on after I start the truck.
 
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