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Hi, I noticed a loose connector when I removed the floor carpet for cleaning. Please help me identifying the wire and where it needs to plug-in?

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mine is 2007 D40 Aventura, Auto Spanish built.

thanks in advance!
 

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There are many things not plugged in, but that one looks like the seatbelt warning.

I don't think your model has a seatbelt warning on the passenger seat.
 

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There are many things not plugged in, but that one looks like the seatbelt warning.

I don't think your model has a seatbelt warning on the passenger seat.
I can see another connector underneath the passenger seat that is not plugged in. As long as they are not relevant for my vehicle, I’m fine with it. This vehicle looks being abused in the past. There were a lot of missing bits and pieces that I fixed already. So I just wanted to make sure that everything in order.
Thank you for your help!
 

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A lot of people unplug the drivers seat to get rid of annoying reminder!

The wiring loom on the LHD is the same as RHD by the way.
 

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apologies, they look identical. I assumed the wire that is not plugged underneath passenger seat is for the seat belt warning as well? The connector that is coming from the passenger seat for seat belt warning is missing. Is this correct?

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The D40 doesn't normally have a seat belt warning on the passenger side.
Correct my d40 aventura does not have passenger seat belt warning
 
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