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Broken wiring - but for what?

I was just under the jeep and noticed a hanging quick disconnect with broken wires and can't figure out where it goes. It is on the same bundle as the wiring going to the front diff locker. Any chance someone can look at their wiring and tell me what is no longer connected on mine?

The pics have me either holding the subject quick disconnect or it is positioned under the diff vent so it is not dangling.

Appreciate the assist. Absent any revelation here i am going to go trolling the parking lots for unsuspecting JKs.
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Plunger sensor? You should have 2 plugs going into the rubi differential.

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Found it. Thanks. While the wiring is securely fastened to the diff, it looks like they had the quick disconnect just dangling, waiting for the wires to snap.
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The one on top of the diff is your locker sensor the one on the bottom is your plunger activator.

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Thanks guys. Here's hoping it is an easy fix.
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good job dave

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The one on top of the diff is your locker actuation the one on the bottom is your plunger sensor.
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