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Coil pack harness

I changed my coil pacs and one of the harness plugs was brittle and fell apart. what can I do now.

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Its important not to cross the wires in the plug if they are exposed,damage to your E.C.M.is possible.Make sure you unhook the batt. before changing anything electrical to avoid computer damage and have codes avaliable for your radio.A auto parts store willnot carry this plug,you will need to contact a auto recycling yard or salvage yard to get this plug.If you you find one ask if you can have the plug with 6-in of wire so you can either splice the wires together or try pulling each individual wire out of your old plug and put them into the new plug.Mark all wires and where they go.Write on paper.( a diagram of the wires)which wire goes where and what the color code of each wire is.Hope this helps.

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