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Old 01-26-2019, 02:44 PM #1
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Help Needed final reassmble

Hi guys,

I got my freshly rebuilt heads and everything back together. I am on the final bits of putting things back together but have a few questions.

I am not sure where this connector goes (behind the power steering pump) hoping i didnt miss something...see pic below, I also cant figure out what vacuum hose connects to the (red pointed pic).

Taking a break for some lunch and must needed warm up. Thanks in advance.
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not sure about the vacuum line, your throttle body is different than mine.

but that wire, I might be able to help. went out and took this picture for you. I am not sure if this is it, but the only wire I have in that area with a plug like that is show here. connects fwd of the header, and lower than the header.



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not sure about the vacuum line, your throttle body is different than mine.

but that wire, I might be able to help. went out and took this picture for you. I am not sure if this is it, but the only wire I have in that area with a plug like that is show here. connects fwd of the header, and lower than the header.



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That wire looks like the ac compressor wire which i do have plugged in, thanks for trying i appreciate you grabbing a quick.
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might give you idea.
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Single wire connector is likely a sensor. Oil pressure or a water temp sensor? Something in the block/head in that location?

Sorry, I am not familiar with the v6 layout.
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That sensor connector looks like the Power Steering Pressure switch which I believe is threaded into the pipe fitting that bolts to the pump.



See if it matches this connector above.
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IS the connector on the timing cover plugged in?

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