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    Exhaust temp sensor plug

    Ugh. The plastic tab that connects the harness to the sensor is breaking. Can't tell from the pics, but it's about to snap off.

    So what are my options. Any thoughts?

    - Replace the whole harness
    - find that plug somewhere and replace
    - cut Sensor and some wire from another harness I have and make a connection to existing harness.

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    that looks rough. Your temp sensor welded itself in the WB? Looks like you've overheated the box on more than one occasion.

    BTW advice from a bear riding a waverunner seems kind of sketchy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by imp0ster View Post
    that looks rough. Your temp sensor welded itself in the WB? Looks like you've overheated the box on more than one occasion.

    BTW advice from a bear riding a waverunner seems kind of sketchy.
    nope, it didn't. i was doing some work on the ski and didn't disconnect that plug. while pulling the SCer out the wire got caught and broke the plug. the sensor and WB are fine.

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    cool. however, how do i wire that in? do you need special tools to put the wires inside that plug? i've never worked with these plugs before.

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    It releases the pin and wire from backside. You can use a pick to release the connectors. When new one comes in, take a look at it and you'll see what part needs to lift up.

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    Yes long nose tweezers to release the old pins then just push into the new housing.

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    thanks!!!!

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