What is this connector underneath the logic board?
Hi, I noticed in the MacBook Pro 17" Unibody logic board removal instructions (here, step #23: MacBook Pro 17" Unibody MagSafe DC-In Board Replacement), there is a comment from someone else to watch out for a connector underneath the logic board. Unfortunately there was no mention of this in the actual guide, so I pulled the logic board off thinking it was stuck and ended up 1) pulling the connector off the logic board, which is really hard to reattach before installing the logic board again, and 2) pulling a wire out of the plastic connector itself. There are 3 wires going into the plastic connector: black, grey (pulled this one out) and silver (looks like a ground wire).
So my question is, does anyone know what this connector is used for, and do I need to somehow reinsert this wire before snapping it back onto the logic board? The comment said CCFL but that it wasn't sure. I wanted to get an opinion before going through all the steps of putting it back again. If it's some minor functionality that I can live with being disabled, might as well just leave it alone. Thanks.
The connector in question is coming out of the rubber hat looking thing in the middle of the photos.
Is this a good question?