Join Date: Jul 2012
Location: York, Pa
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How expensive will this be to fix?
Today I decided to install my coolant filter, egt probe and 4 inch mbrp exhaust. While dropping the old diamond eye down pipe out I hit the piping to get it to move and the dp hit a plug on top of the cylinder head on the furthest back passenger cylinder. I looked at the damage and the plug (connected to a harness) seems fine but the connection on the block had prongs that stuck up and they broke. The plug will fit the connection but it takes very little effort to pull it off. It looks like it may go to the injector in the head so it's got me panicing because I don't want it to pop off from engine vibrations and blow an injector or cylinder. Is this easy to fix or an I f'd? I haven't started it since and will be going to the dealership tomorrow to ask them for a estimate of what it'll cost.
In the mean time does anyone know if the connection in the block just screws out and is easy to replace or will the valve cover need to come off and am I going to be paying a crud ton of cash to fix my idiotic error?
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