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Push-to-start connector and A19 Connection - which harness?

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Thanks - now I can see it.

New question - for the Push-to-Start connection.  What happens to the original wiring harness connectors/wires?  I see the THAR-NIS1 connectors that tie into the actual button.. but dont see what happens with the original  connections. (page 3)So are the original harness connections just left undone and completely replaced with the THAR-NIS1 connections

Then, on Page 4, for the A19 connection - it seems to want ot connect to the original nissan wire in the harness (for the Quest, the purple/mauve wire)?

Other than that set, the extra connections seem straight forward.
asked Oct 15, 2014 in Nissan by Ryan Medlock (160 points)

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You have to follow both page 3 and 4, page 3 shows the t-harness connection avec page 4 shows the extra connections that need to be made to the vehicle.
answered Oct 16, 2014 by Ryan Medlock (85,190 points)

Yes I see all that - I understand that extra connections are required - I am asking about one of those extra connections because frankly the instructions are very vague - pictures are great sometimes, except when their perspective is difficult to reference.  

I have managed to determine all the connections. Except this one, I have a guess and looking for confirmation from this Q&A.  

7999992370605px; background-color: rgb(240, 240, 240);">Page 4, for the A19 connection - it seems to want to connect to the original nissan wire in the harness (for the Quest, the purple/mauve wire)?  Is this correct

Futher trying to understand connectors at the back of the Push-to-Start button, shown on page 3, are the original nissan connecters re-connected or are they left unattached after they are replaced at the button by the THAR-NIS1 connections?

 

 

For the T harness, there is a male-female pair of every connector that it will interface with the car. You will be replacing wherever the original connector was connected with the t-harness, and then reconnecting the original connector into the T-harness.

 

A19 is not required, it's to shut off auto lights after remote start if you have auto lights. By factory they time out after a certain time anyway. A19, does yes, connect to a purple wire in the illustrated connector at the BCM.
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