2007 v8 ignition coil harness replacement

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2007 v8 ignition coil harness replacement

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Hey guys, trying to find a replacement coil harness. When I was replacing a spark plug, I pulled off the connector to the coil pack and must have pulled out a wire from the connector.
Does anyone have a part number? I can’t find one.

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Search Ebay for "denso ignition coil connector" I think the first one tht comes up with connector, 4 terminals, 4 rubber wire seals is the right one.

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Hold your horses, harness are real expensive, replacing a harness is a last resort.

Did the metal pin come out of the connector or did you break the wire off at the metal pin?
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RickHaleParker wrote: Sun Sep 09, 2018 7:18 pm Hold your horses, harness are real expensive, replacing a harness is a last resort.

Did the metal pin come out of the connector or did you break the wire off at the metal pin?
The wire broke off from the metal pin. The pin is still stuck inside the connector.

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jimmy57 wrote: Sun Sep 09, 2018 7:00 pm Search Ebay for "denso ignition coil connector" I think the first one tht comes up with connector, 4 terminals, 4 rubber wire seals is the right one.
What about this? https://www.amazon.com/GooDeal-Connecto ... 942EXC4F8A

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I don't have a V8 to look at so you are the better positioned to know. The replacement connectors may be different color for some of the bits but that would make no difference. I think they are correct from memory.

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Xiphosm you could spend a lot of time on this OR you could:
1. leave the coil and fuel injector disconnected
2. Drive it to a independent shop that specializes in automotive electrical.
3. Have them extract the pin and install a new one.
4. Be done with this.

The bill should not break your bank account.

Yes there are pin extraction tools that can get the pin out and replacement pins can be bought but sourceing them can be too time consuming for a one time deal.
1998 C70, B5234T3, 16T, AW50-42, Bosch Motronic 4.4, Special Edition package.
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2005 XC90 T6 Executive, B6294T, 4T65 AWD, Bosch Motronic 7.0.

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