Join Date: Oct 1999
Location: Perrysburg OH
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There's an electrical parts house called AuVeCo that may have a local shop near you; if not, find them online. They have every kind of auto connector imaginable. As to your heater, if you haven't damaged the new one, take it back for a refund. You do not need it, and as noted above, they're prone to failure and when they do they blow #22 (IIRC) maxifuse and cut the power to the PCM (the brain) and you're dead at the side of the road. If your connector isn't leaking fuel, then snip the wire, cap the ends, and the hell with it. I live in NW Ohio; it gets plenty cold here and I've never had an issue as a result of removing the fuel heater element about eight years ago.
'96 F350 XLT CC 4x4 PSD auto LWB 4.10 open, white, open intake, Tymar HX, 3"DPP downpipe, 315 General A/T on factory Alcoas, F add-a-leaf, new alt x3, fuel pump x3, water pump x2, vac pump x 3, PS pump x3, SD starter x3, rebuilt seats, total poly bushing kit, serious noise reduction, new tan interior and vinyl floor, Bilsteins, Bean's Stage 1s, Tony Wildman 4-pos chip (wow), etc ad infinitum, newer black Lab in backseat, locally rebuilt tranny & new TC @ 211k, complete body 'makeover' and repaint @ 213k, new fast-spool turbo 7/11, 317k miles on 18 Oct '14; probably won't run forever but neither will I