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Old Yesterday, 10:25 PM   #18221
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Originally Posted by cadillacdude1975 View Post
I moved the truck today, and the god awful bucking like a bull returned. So I grabbed a razor and tore into the wire harness. Fuckin corroded crimp connector. Same shit as the TSB nissan released on the KA24E harness.

For the VG30i guys, the three crimps in the harness are in the “T” section of the harness where it runs down the passenger valve cover down to the power steering/headlight area. It is almost directly above the passenger cam cover.

Also had a prong push out of the tps connector, so yeah that made her one mad bitch. I also changed the intake coolant temp sensor. The new one wasn’t working, so I used the one off the gray truck. Now the gauge is working.
This is on the 87?

So the 86.5 V6 SE doesn't run at all? What are the problems with it? I probably missed where you said somewhere.
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Old Today, 02:22 AM   #18222
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I know its not D21 related but I gotta share.

Lots of glare but I had to share. Amazon $23 projector retrofit!! Used my old housings and DDM HID kit.

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