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Old 05-07-2010, 02:34 PM
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Exclamation Glow Plug Module Harness

I have a a problem, the SES light is on in my truck, and I had the codes pulled and found out that my glow plug module is having a communication error. I climbed up in that beast and from all the good info from this site, I found the plug. And sure enough there are two wires that are rubbed through, and I don't know if I have enough wire left on the plug to pig tail a new butt connector. is there anywhere I can get the whole plug with the pig tails on it? any help would be greatly appreciated...
 
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You can get new plugs.Someone should be around soon to tell you where
Is there enough wire to solder and put some shrink tube on them?
 
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You might try calling these folks to see if they can help you Source Products, Inc. ~ General Automotive, Fleet & Body Shop Product Distribution
 
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well none of the wires are cut yet, the insulation is just peeled back... it just sucks because I've never had to solder anything before, so this is going to be a learning exp for me. But I was thinking instead of using butt connectors, I could solder the wires and heat shrink it. and thanks for that site, i'm going to give them a call and see what they have for me... Thanks guys
 
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Radio shack has a connector called a crimp solder, its basically a butt connector with no insulation. You crimp it ,then solder it. They work awesome.

Non-Insulated Crimp-On Butt Connectors (20-Pack) - RadioShack.com

These work well in conjunction with heat shrink tubing, Low profile too for tight spaces!
 
 


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