Looks to me like the wires go to the right side of the connector right there in front of it. Looks like the remains of frayed wires sticking out of the connector. No?
No, he means stranded. Those wires go into a normal 2-pin connector and coax cable cannot use that kind of connector.I'm leaning towards 12 because of what you said about it being "stranded". I'm assuming you mean like cable TV coax correct? That would make it the AM/FM antenna wire.
I understand that. What I was attempting to understand was what he meant by "stranded". Did he mean the core or that there were multiple wires in the insulation like a network cable? All automotive wiring utilizes stranded cores so that they're flexible to go around corners and not break from metal fatigue due to vibration. The picture does not show a "normal 2-pin connector" as you can see around 8 wires sticking out of both it and the severed cable. Therefore, I thought he might have meant a shielded cable (like a coax).No, he means stranded. Those wires go into a normal 2-pin connector and coax cable cannot use that kind of connector.
Yes. It's actually a thrown together hodgepodge of several different manuals that someone tried to make into a comprehensive one, but it ends up being incredibly difficult to navigate. If you'd like a copy I think I can put it up on Dropbox. I'll let you know the address when it's up.
So I got that manual put up on Dropbox. Anyone interested PM me and I'll give you the link.