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Old 12-29-2012, 11:47 AM
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Dorman 615-202 uvch?

I'm shopping around and found these for a pretty good price. My question is, are they any good or getting what I pay for?
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Old 12-29-2012, 01:00 PM
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i used them when i replaced mine almost a year ago and have no complaints. got mine from rock auto
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I would check each UVCH to make sure none of the pins in the connectors have been put in the wrong place (there have been some reports of this problem). Cheers!
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I would check each UVCH to make sure none of the pins in the connectors have been put in the wrong place (there have been some reports of this problem). Cheers!
Could you explain a little more Patrick? What am I looking for? And is that the right part number for my 95? I just ordered two complete sets off of amazon last night. I got the pair for $107 delivered.
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make sure the wiring is copper and not aluminum
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On the UVCH's, make sure that the outside pins in the connector (to the VC) go to the glowplug connectors, and that the middle pin goes to the common wires for the injectors. When you look at it the connector pins should line up the same on the other end (hard to describe, but it's kind of intuitive when there's one in front of you ... look at a factory one) Cheers!
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