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Unread 06-25-2008, 11:16 PM   #1
dustindu4
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Engine harness wire to coil pack wire is frayed

My bro's 2000 GC Limited 4.7L runs kind of rough. I noticed that the wire that runs to one of the ignition coil packs is frayed and bare wire is exposed. I need to replace. Is there a kit you can buy at the dealer to cut out the existing connector/wire and replace it? It's part of the engine harness. Thanks in advance.

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Unread 06-26-2008, 01:18 PM   #2
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My bro's 2000 GC Limited 4.7L runs kind of rough. I noticed that the wire that runs to one of the ignition coil packs is frayed and bare wire is exposed. I need to replace. Is there a kit you can buy at the dealer to cut out the existing connector/wire and replace it? It's part of the engine harness. Thanks in advance.
Go to your favorate parts store, get a few feet of wire, cut out the broken wire, crimp or solder in the new section, wrap the connections in heat shrink or electrical tape, and it should be fixed.
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