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Broken throttle actuator connector

Where can I find a repair connector. Ford says it is not available

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Yeah, Ford will declare their parts lines obsolete and stop carrying them long before the parts stores run out of those parts. Ford really wants to sell new cars and trucks, doesn't care to see people repair and keep them... naturally. Unfortunately, some parts are dealer only. In that case, limited to salvage yards or internet searches. Extensive catalog and inventory at rockauto.com, and lowest new parts pricing around. For a nation wide locator of used parts, try Car-Part.com.
Is this an electrical connector? I don't know how the throttle actuator works. If an electrical connector, solder in a used one to your wires. If a mechanical actuator, should be able to find a used one. Sorry I don't know.

Posted on Dec 27, 2013

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