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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-12-2016, 04:50 PM Thread Starter
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Question ECU connector

While removing my ecu to send into Ivan I broke the locking tab on the ecu connector that clicks and locks onto the ecu body. Is this a big problem and if so how would I go about replacing the connector female end without removing the harness. Any opinions would be appreciated
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-13-2016, 01:05 PM
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any way to zip tie it? had to do it on an old car iginition.
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any way to zip tie it? had to do it on an old car iginition.
This may be your best option. The connector is a tight fit and likely wouldn't come loose but no use taking a chance

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Thanks to dlars and allbsharp for the reply. I was looking at the connector and realized I could drill a hole in a zip tie and put it over the ecu lock fastener and run it up through the connector where I could lock it into the head of the zip tie. This seems like it would work and if I made a couple of them if I needed to remove the connector I could just snip it and reuse another fabricated zip tie. Much better than trying to glue it or replalce the connector. Thanks for the ideas.
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You may be able to find the right connector here.
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Thanks to captj3 for the info . I will check it out. Much appreciated.
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