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Unread 06-14-2013, 02:10 PM   #16
ROFLwaffles
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How much are they to buy usually? Because I would feel more comfortable doing the swap with brand new ones, instead of risking pulling bad ones from a junk engine. Probably get more life out of them too.....

I tried looking on EBAY, and most posts were confusing. For $25 bucks, I couldn't tell if the sale was for 1, or a bulk try of 70. lol.

Sorry if this question seems odd, but consider this: 6 months ago, I didn't know a damn thing about cars, engines, drivetrains, ANYTHING. I started working on my Jeep, and found out I LOVED it. So this is ALL brand new territory for me.

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Unread 06-14-2013, 02:15 PM   #17
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If you look at the last couple of pages on the thread Zander has linked in his sig, you'll find someone who recently bought 6 reman'd '703 injectors on eBay for about $80 IIRC.
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Unread 06-14-2013, 02:28 PM   #18
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If you look at the last couple of pages on the thread Zander has linked in his sig, you'll find someone who recently bought 6 reman'd '703 injectors on eBay for about $80 IIRC.
OK, thanks for that. I guess it WAS for 1 ONLY. lol Looks like I found a set of 6.
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Unread 09-21-2013, 02:27 PM   #19
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The hardest thing for me was fitting the vacuum lines in the right place, and I did have to lengthen the air temp sensor cables.




Thought it best to revive this thread than start a new one..

I'm in the middle of this job now, and thought I had it all figured till I realized that intake sensor wont clear the MAP sensor where I was going to install it.

Search brings me here and your mention of extending the wiring to move sensor fwd of the TB as shown in the quoted pic.

My question: Must I use matching gauge wire to extend?

I have some a touch larger (diameter) but don't know if that would affect the info being picked up by the ECU. Not much of an electrical guy..
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