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Wiring I changed the intake gasket and after putting it back together I can not find the third wire for the coil pack to put power to it.

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There is a wire loomed pair that comes up from the drivers saide if the wire loom is gone it wil be a twisted yellow/brown wireI believe it is from the cam sensor

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