Hello, I recently purchased a running/driving 1987 GN from an old friend in poor heatlh. The car has some modifications and much of the engine wiring harness has been spliced over the years. I'm in the process of replacing the auto parts store connectors with soldered or more reliable parts. There's a connector coming out of the harness that exits the front of the loom on the driver side that I'm unable to identify. It had a (non-stock) wire plugged into it that switches it over to a round, barrel-style plug in connector. I have been unable to find the male end of the connector so I'm hoping someone can identify the original connector attached to what appears to be a gray wire with a black tracer.
The alternator on the car is a one wire unit and two of the three original wires were snipped off. The chassis service manual doesn't list a wire with that color for the charging system, so I'm assuming it must be part of a different circuit. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.