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Question what are these connectors for?

ive always wondered this... what are the 2 rectangle connectors and the round connector above it for? pic of nayors car is attached with a red box around the connectors. it was the best pic i could find of them with out taking a pic of my own.

also how does one go about checking if the speed and reference sensors are in spec on the car with the engine is the way? i can barely see them let alone get at them.

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Hello,

Those are the:

- Speed Transmitter (DG - Top)

if still in place and the

- Reference Mark Transmitter (BG - Bottom)

The round one above it on the firewall is the O2 sensor.

That engine looks kinda like mine.

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actually, that is MY engine! LOL! see my posts re. best failure...
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Michael is absolutely correct! Free beer to Michael!

And no, Nynor, that can't be your engine - looks more like MINE!!!

Maybe we need to start a thread where everyone posts a photo of what their engine looks like! lol

Scheister - you also need to be careful with those connectors - they get brittle with age.
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ah so those are the speed and reference sensors i thought so. and as i posted it is nynors car, although i think i spelled his name wrong. reason i asked is the on their own these connectors have almost completely crumbled on their own. and thats what i thought might be causing my no start condition.

and where exactly do you get new speed and reference sensors? i couldnt find them on pelican
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sorry buck-o, that is MY engine...


re: t-belt self destruct, big pics, long
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thats what i said right?
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sorry scheister, i was speaking to
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and you did say that. i've got a lot of it torn apart again today actuall, everything but the head and manifolds.
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Yeah - I knew it really wasen't my car - but it looks very similar - although my head is still on the motor, but the intake, etc, is all off.!

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