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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-25-2019, 10:57 AM Thread Starter
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While switching my wiring harness from my b18b1 to my replacement b18b1, I found that two of the sensors were plugged in a little too late. I ripped the wire right out of the back of the plug for the coolant and oil temp sensors. I was wondering how I would go about getting the wires back into the plugs. I feel like if I solder them, then ill Melt the back of the plug, and I cant find anywhere to buy a plug that I could wire into my wiring harness. Any comments appreciated, thanks!
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any pictures of the damage? I assume you mean the wire broke behind the metal contact on the pigtail. If that's the case you have a few options depending on comfort level.
-3rd new harness
-trim pigtail from another good harness and slice it in (solder not wire crimps, this also can extend the harness if needed)
- repin the existing plug after extending the broken wire(s) (parts and tools can be sourced from ebay typically)

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Idk what the broken plug and connector goes to either if anyone knows what that is
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