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Need help identifying electrical part.

Hi everyone,
I was doing an oil, and EGR cooler change out this weekend and damaged an electrical component on the engine. See picture. There is one per cylinder, next to the intake manifold. Any help identifying it would be greatly appreciated.

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What year truck? I think that is the pass-thru connector for the injectors/glow plugs.
That is the rocker box not the actual heads. 05 or later I think.


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That's an injector harness. You may need to get that fixed

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Thanks for the replies, and sorry I forgot the year, it's an 06. I was planning on replacing it, just didn't know what to call it, so I can find the parts. I'm assuming this is part of the injector, or can I just buy the connector? I can't find anything on the web for just the connectors.

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I think I answered my own question, looks to be part of the injector. Ouch, that's not a cheap fix.....Terre
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Ya you may want to buy an injector from ford. It's about a 2-5 hr job depending on now fast you are. There's a lot of write ups and we can set you straight on what tools and tq numbers you will need if you do it your self

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Here ya go:

2003-2010 Ford 6.0L Power Stroke - Alliant Power Wiring Harness Injector Connector.
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ODAWG714, yep we will be doing this myself, it's already torn down for an oil, and egr cooler replacement. I have been using some well made video's on youtube, which so far have included torq specs, but if I run into any problems I will post them here. You guys have been very helpful, and I appreciate it.

Gadgetguru, saw those, and almost bought them, but they are on the wiring harness side, mine is on the injector side, and I don't think they make those. Thanks


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ODAWG714, yep we will be doing this myself, it's already torn down for an oil, and egr cooler replacement. I have been using some well made video's on youtube, which so far have included torq specs, but if I run into any problems I will post them here. You guys have been very helpful, and I appreciate it.

Gadgetguru, saw those, and almost bought them, but they are on the wiring harness side, mine is on the injector side, and I don't think they make those. Thanks


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Good call. I might suggest giving some shops a call or a place that remans injectors. Maybe they have one laying around.

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Ok, found it. New product for 2014. Injector connector Alliant Power AP0040. Instructions attached.

New Product Announcements | Alliant Power ? The Power of Distribution

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