Want To Buy Intake Air Temperature Sensor Plug

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  1. Royal96

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    Anyone have an extra one of these? I accidentally busted mine yesterday and now it wont hold the wires in place. I don't really have the time anytime soon to go hunting in junkyards for one, so let me know if anyone has a spare! Thanks!

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    Check cjponyparts.com


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    Autozone sells some different harnesses but not sure if that one is there or not.
     
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    If you can't find a used one, here are some part numbers if have to buy online or retail:


    Ford Part Number: 3U2Z14S411JUA
    Dorman Part Number: 645-555
    Duralast Part Number: 1151
     
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    Wow, hadn't even thought of the possibility of finding these new. Thanks for the info guys!

    No sign of them having it. Though off topic, when did CJ start selling Chevy/Dodge/Toyote truck parts? :confused:

    Jiminy f****** Christmas though, those are expensive for a plug and a couple wires. The Dorman is cheapest at around 30 bucks.

    I'm gonna wait a few days and see if anyone has a used one laying around, but I'm kind of eager to get my car moving again so I may just end up dropping the 30 bucks on a dorman. :(
     
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    Last bump before I consider paying way too much for a plug.:confused:
     
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    Well, I'm too desperate to get this thing moving under it's own power again so I went ahead and ordered a new piece from RA.

    Still, $30 for a plastic plug is highway robbery.
     
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    white95 Apex Junky Admin

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    You got this!! Bend the tabs slightly out on the existing pins and they'll hold for years to come.
     
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    Sucks I just saw this post, I believe I still have my OEM one as I cut mine off when I converted to the sct ba5000.

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    I saw that coming from a mile away. Oh well.