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Old 01-25-2010, 07:38 PM   #1
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Injector connectors on wiring harness

Some of the clips are broken on the wiring harness for the fuel injectors. They go down all the way on the injector but im worried about them coming unplugged on a bumpy road or somethin.

How should I keep them from coming off? Electrical tape?

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Hit the home depot or hobby store and get some 26 gauge stainless steel tie wire, cut pieces about 12-18" long and wrap around the injector a few times, make sure you have two 'tails' coming up, then wrap the two tails around around the injector plug and finally twist the two tails together, maybe even tying a knot in them, then cut any loose wire hanging off.
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I had zap straps on 2 or 3 injectors on my old 3vze for years...never had a problem
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if you want new clips i am parting out my old 3vze and have the complete harness
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I had zap straps on 2 or 3 injectors on my old 3vze for years...never had a problem
You mean the nylon zip ties or tie wraps?
Yeah, that could work too, just get the black ones.
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I used zip ties when one of mine broke. I just looped it around the bottom of the injector and tightened it at the top over the connector.
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You mean the nylon zip ties or tie wraps?
Yeah, that could work too, just get the black ones.
How're black ones different from other colors?

I've had white ones go brittle and break over just a few weeks.
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