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Old 03-10-2005, 02:26 PM   #1
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Default Fuel injector plug in on front rail

OK ive got the Bonne almost all put back together and everything is going smoothly except after plugging the 3 front rail fuel injectors back in there is a fourth plug in all the way to the right (drivers) side of the fuel injector wires....I cant seem to find where it plugs back into help pleeezze
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Got a pic? what does it look like, or how many wires?
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Could it be for the Digital EGR Valve?

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In the same loom as the injector wires?

It goes to your BCS.
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AHA thanks Jason.......BTW mine looks slightly different, but it still plugs in right there...I was startin to worry I forgot to put somethin back in.....MAN I cant wait to get this thing done so I can drive it again for the first time in 4 months +
I guess I go so used to a SER2 that the SER1 I forgot, but OH that screem I cant forget that screem!!!
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