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Old 10-18-2014, 01:24 PM   #1
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I have a 2011 XLT 5.0. Was changing the spark plugs out and accidentally dropped a tool on the connector that connects to the coil pack. I was wondering if you can replace just the bottom of it or if it has to be rewired. I attached a picture of the connector but not the broken one.

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Is the whole connector broken or just the part that snaps on to hold it?
I've read here that they stay on OK with the snap itself inoperative......
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What tool did u drop to break it off? Gorilla glue it.
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The red locking clip broke and also a piece of the black clips that holds it down broke as well. I've got it zip tied and it's fine more just long term wanted to get one not to worry about it. I dropped the tool box I had my sockets in (well my little brother knocked it off trying to help) and the corner landed perfectly right on top of the whole connector.
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If the water seal is still intact and working I wouldnt worry about it.
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It's all good now with the zip tie and I doubt it wouldn't come off. But I'm a perfectionist when it comes to my truck so it just bothers the Heck out of me. Seeing if someone had a part number I could order a new one. But if not I'll live with it.
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Part number your looking for is WPT-931 or 9U22-14S411-EA (wiring pigtail kit) comes complete with lock, connector plug and crimp connectors for wiring leads and heat shrink.You cut and strip back the original harness and install the new pig tail kit in its place.
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Thank you very much. That's what I needed
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