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Old November 24th, 2014, 07:06 PM
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LR3 Coil Pack wiring harness/plug

Changed the spark plugs on the wife's LR3 and in the process the red/white wire pulled from the connection that goes to the coil pack. Is it repairable or do I need a new harness/plug?
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Old November 24th, 2014, 07:20 PM
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Can you post a picture of the plug?
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Old November 24th, 2014, 07:42 PM
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Can you post a picture of the plug?

Sorry I thought i did. Here you go. It looks like a crimp connection, i've removed the little blue boot but haven't been able to remove the little metal connector.
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It will likely require special tools to remove the pins. I have an LR4 engine harness at work, I'll have a look tomorrow and see if any of the connectors are the same. Can you take a pic of the front of the connector as well?
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Old November 24th, 2014, 07:53 PM
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Here is a pic of the front. Any idea what tool is needed to remove the pins?
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Paul, you just need to figure out what kind of connecter that is (weather pack, etc) and then finding the tool is easy. One of these multi-tools might do it

http://www.tooltopia.com/lisle-14900.aspx

And once you know what kind of connector, a replacement pin should be easy to get if you need it as well.
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Old November 24th, 2014, 10:13 PM
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Looks like a sumitomo connector and there are GM/Toyota part #s as well. Going to see if I can source a pigtail to solder in at the dealer and get the car back on the road. I'll post part #s if successful.
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Paul, you just need to figure out what kind of connecter that is (weather pack, etc) and then finding the tool is easy. One of these multi-tools might do it

http://www.tooltopia.com/lisle-14900.aspx

And once you know what kind of connector, a replacement pin should be easy to get if you need it as well.
There are probably 20 or so Land Rover connector tools in the Special Tools cabinets, and a lot of times the connectors won't even come apart. It will likely be easier to just splice in a new connector.
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Thanks to all that replied. I was able to source a used plug with wires locally and it works fine.

this plug doesn't appear to be available though LR but I found a Toyota part # 90980-11885 but it appears it is only for the plug with no leads. GM part # 88974044 appears to have leads (not confirmed) so should be a good replacement/repair for a damaged coil connector. Both are special order items from the dealer so I cannot confirm these would work but wanted to put this out there for anyone that may be attempting this repair in the future.
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