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FI injector connector bad

The connector for one of my 2.0L injectors broke away from the wires. How/where do I get a replacement? Can I splice a used connector in?

Anyone have on?

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I've gota few if you need them. I reallyneed a 1.7 dist for FI. let me know if you wanna do some trading
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You can splice in a connector with "pigtails". You can probably replace the metal connectors (they slide out of the plastic plug if you find a way to press on the retaining barb inside the plug) if you are careful enough.

Jeff Bowlsby may be able to do something for you, as well.

I think I have the plastic plugs and the metal contacts out back in the garage. If you're willing to try it yourself, I can send you some for a few bucks. (Mostly to remind me to get off my duff and get to the post office...)

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If you've got the time/money/energy to do it, I'd suggest sending your harness to Jeff Bowlsby for a complete going-over. He can replace those broken connectors without having to pigtail the harness, replace any bad/missing boots, and make sure it's in good working order. And besides that, he's a nice guy and you should give him your business.

Just don't be a smart guy like that Dave Darling dude and go tweeking the connectors with your needle-nose pliers

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"Dang, I fixed it so good that it won't run at all, now!!!"

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