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when I was changing my spark plugs last night, the connector that connects to top of the coil pack shatered to pieces. I mean the plastic pieces inside the electric plug that holds the metal connectors in place can no longer support it. so I end up pluging the connector to the coilpack without the plug itself....car runs fine (taped up with electrical tape), but does anyone know how to change that broken electric connector? seems like if I wanna replace 1 connector, I need to pull out the whole elctrical harness....

any input is appreciated.

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Give Jeff a call!

Zerosoul said:
when I was changing my spark plugs last night, the connector that connects to top of the coil pack shatered to pieces. I mean the plastic pieces inside the electric plug that holds the metal connectors in place can no longer support it. so I end up pluging the connector to the coilpack without the plug itself....car runs fine (taped up with electrical tape), but does anyone know how to change that broken electric connector? seems like if I wanna replace 1 connector, I need to pull out the whole elctrical harness....

any input is appreciated.

Jonas
Give Jeff Watson a call, he should know. He specializes at the stock parts with discounts! hope this helps...

Jeff Watson
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www.toyotaworld.com
1-800-327-2087:)



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Its no big deal on that... a lot of people have had that happen to them... I've got a few on my car thats like that... I've got them shoved in real tight... I've never had any problem with it coming loose or giving me problem with it... that part is kinda hard to get too... from what I've heard...
 
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