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Alrighty guys i have a few questions. First off did i mount the wires correctly on my stancor realy and during the process of mounting the wires i accidently ripped one of the small wires that goes into the gray plug. Its the plug with the long wires too. So heres another question, Will my gpr still work right like this? and what is the part number on this wire?
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As long as the big wires are on the big posts and the small on the small, you are wired correctly. Make sure there are no breaks in any of the wires (continuity through the plug too ... is one of your wires completely pulled out of the connector?). If you didn't know it already, the plug isn't really needed (you could cut the plug off the harness side and put ring terminals directly on the wires). Originally that plug plugged right in to the early Glow Plug relays (no ring terminals on the small wires). Later, if you you got a replacement factory relay, the updated "kit" came with the more common ring terminaled relay and a pigtail adapter to convert the plug to the ring termnals. Cheers!

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