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Old 11-20-2022, 02:00 PM   #1
rjahr01
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Default MAF, 02, EGR connectors

While installing a replacement engine my installer smashed the harness on these following connectors- the cost of connectors is not cheap and seems like a harness (used) might be equal to the cost w/ o having to repin or solder connectors together-

2008 impreza 2.5 non turbo- would an auto harness be the same as that from a manual 5spd???
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Old 11-24-2022, 01:07 AM   #2
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If you have a you-pull-it sort of autorecycler in your area, I'd head on out and get however much of the harness you need from a compatible vehicle, then either replace the connector body, or chop off the old connector and solder on the "new" pigtail. (some connectors come apart/depin pretty easily, but for an older connector I'd just solder in the pigtail.
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