Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: Vancouver, BC, Canada
Feedback Score: 0 reviews
Since you know you have 2 dead plugs, your going in anyway. 2 dead is totally enough to make it smoke when cold. Mine is hard to start if 2 are dead. I know cause I have 2 that wont stay plugged in, keeps popping off the plug, and there so fragile I don't want to try and tighten the clip. So I glued it. Lol. The harness can be tested without taking the cover off, if the plugs are plugged in. lol. The procedure is in the service manual and tests all the wires. If you need a harness, don't buy the after market, they are garbage, and most times the gasket part of it is off and they don't seal properly causeing leaks. Tried most of them, none are any good unless you goop them. Plugs are cheap, if your going in. replace them all.
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