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I've just purchased a turbo s 2008 that was stolen/recovered. There are loose wires behind the left front bumper and under drivers seat (see photos attached). Any Ideas where I canpost-95384-0-55228700-1397580478_thumb.jpost-95384-0-19372800-1397580500_thumb.j find out what they are for? Could they be for a tracking unit that the thieves removed? Cheers

Pete

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