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Old 09-03-2004, 02:30 PM   #21
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haha no way! I ate dinner, tested every wire, goofed off for a bit, had to wait in line to get tools, had no help dropping the pan, and it took me 5hrs to do a "test" removal and replacement of the pump. So $900 - $115 for the pump = $785 / 5hrs = $157/hr. Basically by doing it myself I "paid" myself $157/hr. Maybe I'm just cheap but I think thats worth my spare time haha
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Yeah I tried to, it disaprears at the firewall. I have no idea where it goes or what it plugs into. Here'* a pic:



Is it not threadjacking if the problem was fixed? haha
That'll teach you to let the FBI look at your car. Looks like someone'* been spying on you.

Maybe it'* a light for the theftlock system on the head unit? If you replaced it, maybe that'* why it'* hanging: 'cause it didn't have anything to hook back into (?)
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haha I dunno man, it goes straight back (and up) and disapears into the firewall but doesn't seem to come out of the other side...I really have no clue and it'd take a LOT of pulling apart to find it out
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Same thing happened with my 93 Thunderbird. It has a crank sensor that triggers off the harmonic balance pully. The bolt broke and the pully shifted away just enough for the sensor not to read it. Had to replace the pully and bolt on the crank pully.

You can check to see if the bolt is missing, or see if you can wiggle the pully, or have someone crank the car over and see if the pully wiggles when trying to start.

Just a thought . . . . . . .

for it took the dealer a week not to figure it out, and then us another to find the problem.

Wendy
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Kc2jga,

Do yourself a favor and buy a tube of "Luberex Dielectric Lubricant" and apply it to that connector. You will not have that problem again in your lifetime!
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