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Unread 08-26-2009, 01:43 PM   #1
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95 YJ coil connector

Help! , i'm about 400 miles from home. (95 YJ 2.5.) looks like someone stripped the wires back on coil harness to hook up a tach. wires are broken right at the plastic connector. mopar parts guy says a pigtail is not availalable. none of the parts stores i've tried have them or cant get them. everybody says try the junkyard! surely this is an easy fix. it misses like crazy. the wire loom was pulled away from the wires and it was arcing against oil dipstick. i taped up wires best i could, put loom back on. it ran better for a little while. then started missing & backfiring. if you wiggle or shove the wires towards the coil it staightens up for a little while then starts to act up again. How bout a coil upgrade a remote mount points type work? like flamethrower? i could cut and solder wires, put on a couple ring terminals... or is that not the answer.

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Unread 08-26-2009, 02:40 PM   #2
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I had the same issue on mine a while back. However, I have a 4.0, so I am not sure it's the same. But the plastic piece comes apart. You should be able to seperate it, access the metal connectors and connect new wires.

I did end up getting a replacement connector at the junkyard though.

The parts guy told me that some of the GM's use the same style connector on the temp senders as well if that helps.
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