I used those same Scotch Lock connectors. Mine quit working after a couple of weeks. I used the same in another car and it lasted for years and still worked when I sold the car.Valiant118 said:Ok, well, all done!
(Editorial note: as an ex-master tech, I DETEST "Scotch Lock" wire taps. However, with this install there's no easy way to avoid them, so I decided to just crimp away and hope they don't lose continuity. They will....)
B) After removing the four 10mm nuts the panel & ECM are still a BEAR to get free. I ended up CAREFULLY removing all 4 of the multi pin connectors so that I could work on the blue connector / #5 blue/white wire without further hassle.
C) Again, I HATE using a "Scotch Lock" here as well, but had no real alternative. The 4 blue Scotch Lock tap connectors supplied work with the other connections ok, but here the little blue & white #5 wire could be too small for the crimp spade to cut the insulation into the wire. Mine worked, but it will most likely come loose eventually. Worse, if it ends up breaking the blue/white wire, the engine wil quit, period. This one really needs to be soldered & insulated