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Mice chewed through wiring harness to fuel injector to #4 cyl

What is the correct name of this cord so I can look it up in parts

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The corect name for the harnes would be the engine harnes, usually expensive adn hard to replace. I make repairs on problems like this all of the time. a proper repair would include replacing the damaged wires, soldering the conections adn heat shrinking the repairs to keep out moisture. this kind of work will not be cheap, if it is you are not likely to get a quality repair. hope you can rid your garage of mice.

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