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Thread: Front Wire Harness to the sensors for 94/95

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    Front Wire Harness to the sensors for 94/95

    Broke the ears off my cam sensor plug. So I'm looking that harness.
    Let me know how much + ship to 18062
    If you are 50 miles 18062 I will come get it.

    Thanks

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    It shouldn't be difficult to simply de-pin the broken connector and replace it with new - I think Autozone sells new ones, but they're pricey. I'm sure someone here would have one they could part with.

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    Post a pic of it. I think I have this connector.

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    1994-1995 Thunderbird SC Front Engine Harness Cam Crank Coil Pack

    Quote Originally Posted by potshotscott View Post
    Post a pic of it. I think I have this connector.
    Its got to be a 1994-1995 SC
    Its called a Front Engine Harness. It has the Cam Crank Coil Pack connectors on it.

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    Again, if all you need is the connector, it is the same for all years and available new:




    $18 seems high, but at least it's all new, and even if you find another harness, it will be used, and likely more expensive. Did you try SuperCoupePerformance?

    We can tell you how to remove the old one and install the new one without cutting/splicing wires.

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    True
    What tool do I need?

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    Basically, begin by being sure to keep track of/note which color wire goes into which slot in the plastic connector.


    Next you have to remove the red lock-plate (seen in the photo above) inside each connector first (use a probe such as a metal dental pick to get it started, and thin needed nose pliers to grab and pull), then remove the square-shouldered grey rubber gasket and unlatch/release each wire/metal connector. Unlocking the small metal connectors can be tricky, but once you see how it works, the job goes faster, and now you have skills you can use in the future with other connectors.

    Use a small (1/16" wide) flat-bladed screwdriver or thin awl/needle/probe, or de-pinning tool to unlock each metal connector and then gently pull each wire outwards - use care and don't break or distort the tiny locking tabs or the body of the metal connector. If an old metal connector is dirty/green, spray it with electronic connector cleaner, or WD-40, and wipe it clean so you can see what you're doing.

    To reassemble:
    First thread each of the four wires thru the grey rubber gasket, being sure to confirm they are in order. Leave enough wire free so you can hear/feel the 'click' when each metal connector locks into the black plastic housing.

    Next, insert each wire/metal connector into the black plastic connector body until fully seated - you may hear each one click into place. Check from the other side to confirm they are all inserted to the same depth.

    When you are sure each wire/connector is fully seated, insert the red lock-plate from the open end of the connector body.

    Finish by push/sliding the grey rubber gasket into the connector body from the other side, gently working it into place until it is flush with the housing.

    Don't forget the red ribbed flat rubber gasket inside that helps seal the black plastic connector into the socket when you make the final connection at the MAF/coil/cam sensor. If you have trouble getting the plastic connector to fully seat, check that there is only one of the red ribbed rubber gaskets in use.


    See this thread for discussion:
    http://www.sccoa.com/forums/showthre...47#post1118647

    Let me know if you need additional details.
    Last edited by KMT; 09-11-2020 at 10:44 AM.

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