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Did spark plug change and have an issue

So I did the plug change but the connectors that go on the cops. I had two of the tabs that lock on break off. I was very easy taking them off but they just cracked. Any news where to buy them or what I can use to keep the on tight

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Are you talking about the spring that goes on the end of plug or are you talking were they bolt on
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The connectors for the cop to the wiring system to the truck

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I think he's talking about the tabs on the wire pigtail..
Go to the junk yard, the modular engines with the COP's are the same...
With a small paper clip you can remove the pins.

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I feel like it now has miss. I know it is on drivers side. My air fuel is off now. I'll look over junk yards next week thanks

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In the meantime if you fee that they're that loose just put zip ties around the connector to coil until you have time to get the ones from the junkyard.

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Rock auto has them under electrical connector. Dorman 645570. Wish I knew they carried that stuff a year ago lol.
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Rock auto has them under electrical connector. Dorman 645570. Wish I knew they carried that stuff a year ago lol.
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Eh happened to me when I changed plugs. I put a TINY bit of silicone on top of the end of the cop where the connector slides on. Not much just enough to where it's tacky. It's been on there since I changed plugs last year. Every so often I check it but it's snug. No misfires. There's other solutions too.
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