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    Snipped plug wires [ebox q]

    I'm pulling an engine and realized the PTO wire has been snipped right outside the ebox, anyway to save or replace it? Or is the ebox junk?


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    repairable, with some pain....

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    Which generation of ignition system is this? Fuji, red engine?

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    Which generation of ignition system is this? Fuji, red engine?
    Fuji, 93 750 how would one repair this?

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    http://www.jetskisolutions.com/p32_p...n_service.html Have had couple of friends use their service.

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    Whoa whoa easy fella. The wire will pull out of the coil. Simple to fix in your garage. Assume you are talking about the PTO spark plug wire off of the coil...

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    This is my issue, if you look at the two other wires they are complete, the one on the bottom, is gone, snipped is that fixable?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Octoarms View Post
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    This is my issue, if you look at the two other wires they are complete, the one on the bottom, is gone, snipped is that fixable?
    Sure - Just open the ebox, unbolt the Coil retainer bracket, unbolt the ebox endplate holding the rubber grommets in place, use a bit of spray lube on the old wire to get it to easily pull out of the grommet, use a pair of channel locks or vice grips to grab and twist the wire at the coil until it breaks free. Get a new plug wire, cut it to length, and use a bit of super glue to hold it in place when you push it back into the coil. Reinstall rubber grommet, and reassemble ebox.

    Screw plug boot back onto new wire.

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    The wire is MIA. I haven't a clue why. The foregroud is for reference purposes. But sweet, when I muster up the energy I'll check it out.

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