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Unread 01-26-2013, 01:48 PM   #1
el scorcho
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Snugging loose harness connectors?

1990,4.2 YJ

I'm starting on the electric fan swap. I've got the Volvo 2 speed fan relay, Volvo fan and shroud and all the plugs. On one of the plugs that fits into the fan relay, the connectors IN the plug are loose and slide to the rear. With a slight tug, I'm sure they'll come out. Whatever sealant was there has severely deteriorated. How can I keep the connectors to the front of the plug and prevent them being pushed back? Should I just smear a little gasket maker up the back end of the plug and let it cure?

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