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Old 06-24-1999, 11:02 AM
SYDDONNA
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I am having to replace all the plugs that that plug into the injectors--there are two wires to each injector one is brown the other could be a gray (it is not brown)which goes two the left hand pin on the injector---thanks for all answers syd

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syd 81.300SD.196k
72.300SEL 4.5
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Old 06-24-1999, 09:21 PM
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Since the injector is operated by the power creating a "field" magnet the + & - isn't as important as the quality of the connections.
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Old 06-24-1999, 11:57 PM
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M.B.DOC Thanks for answer--these were originaly crimped connections-- As I dont have the needed tool---- I intend to solder these connections ( wires too female pins)---QUESTION would this give me the quality of connection you indicate in you reply---thanks --syd

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Old 06-26-1999, 10:25 AM
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Try an electronics store for crimping pliers, maybe even Radio Shack. Crimping & then soldering would work best
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Old 06-26-1999, 04:25 PM
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M.B.DOC will do ---as usual great answers--as well as some useful theory ---thanks syd

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syd 81.300SD.196k
72.300SEL 4.5
mileage.Only god knows!


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