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Old 12-24-2007, 11:13 PM   #821
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Are the 02239 coils a little shorter than the 19015?
No Chad, they're dead spot on the same size. I put them upside down on the floor next to one another and put a book on top of both. Just in case my eyes deceived me. Anyhow, give me a couple of days and I'll be able to confirm there are no issues mixing both.
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Old 12-24-2007, 11:23 PM   #822
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depending on the car they came off of, they have different part numbers. but they should all be the same thing. When you start buying Camry coils, you'll notice they don't look the same.
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Old 12-29-2007, 09:21 AM   #823
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Finally got a pic of the finished product.



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Old 12-29-2007, 10:00 AM   #824
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me too!



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Old 12-29-2007, 10:13 AM   #825
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Lookin Good

Running smoother? Any other benefits? Looks like a weight saving
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Old 12-29-2007, 12:47 PM   #826
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Lookin Good

Running smoother? Any other benefits? Looks like a weight saving
coilpack is pretty heavy
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Old 12-29-2007, 10:45 PM   #827
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Nice valve cover there Paul.
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Old 12-30-2007, 05:03 AM   #828
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I'm excited so I had to post this up.

You 1994-1997 guys are looking for the coil pack male side plug to make true PNP and I can help a little! I'm happy that I'm able to contribute to this thread finally!

The 1.8 has a small harness that stays with the engine connecting to the coils, water temp sensor, dash temp sensor, and fuel injectors. I removed one of those and ripped it apart finding that its actually TWO separate harnesses taped together!!!!!

Injectors, Temp sensors are all part of ONE harness, the COILS are part of the second with nothing but tape connecting them!

So what we need to do is find a part number somewhere for THIS connector shell and get some pins!



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I've tried to read this entire thread to make sure nobody has gone over this, so I can't guarantee this is new news... but far as I can see, nobody else has posted about this yet. Now, think we can find this connector for plug and play??
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Old 12-30-2007, 05:22 AM   #829
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Yeah some guy from Russia or Turkey has already done something similar. I don't think he sourced a connector though. He did splice all his connections into that connector though i believe.
I might also be thinking of the guy with the 1.6 in his '99, which was a euro only option.
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I don't know if this will help others with 96/97 cars but in my case we removed the resin from the male connector attached to the coil packs and connected the new coil on plugs to the female connectors. Crude but effective. This way I was able to at least keep the female connectors in the cars.

elesjuan, I'll check your solution but, the 3 connectors in my car are not equidistant. Don't forget that my connector has 1 missing pin out of the 4.

BTW Chad, I'm using the 2 different parts numbers cops without issues. I just used the 19015 in 1&4 and the 02239 in cylinders 2&3.
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Old 12-30-2007, 09:26 AM   #831
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Well I suppose I am that 1,6 NB Euro guy
Yes I used the Tyco Pins on that original connector. No problem there and it's nearly pnp.

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I don't know if this will help others with 96/97 cars but in my case we removed the resin from the male connector attached to the coil packs and connected the new coil on plugs to the female connectors. Crude but effective. This way I was able to at least keep the female connectors in the cars.

elesjuan, I'll check your solution but, the 3 connectors in my car are not equidistant. Don't forget that my connector has 1 missing pin out of the 4.

BTW Chad, I'm using the 2 different parts numbers cops without issues. I just used the 19015 in 1&4 and the 02239 in cylinders 2&3.
congrats, you beat me to it...
this is how far along i got...trying to remove the epoxy and try to retain the plastic in place...ill post more pics once im further along
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but im getting there...
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I guess that could be an option for me since I smoked my coils and all. lol.
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congrats, you beat me to it...
this is how far along i got...trying to remove the epoxy and try to retain the plastic in place...
but im getting there...
No I didn't Dan. I made a mess of the resin. Yours are the way I would've liked to do mines. My job was pretty ugly but I did want to retain a way to unplug the coils as fast as I could at any given moment (you know just in case I messed up something in my MS again:gay.

I really would like to get additional info on how are you planning to remove the rest of the resin. If you pull that part of you're going to have the best of both worlds.
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Dan, here's a thought: what would happen to the metal pins if you tried to use some kind of liquid solvent to dissolve the epoxy resin? Let me know if you want to pursue that route so I can contact a friend who's the technical director at a local paint manufacturing company and deals with resins and solvents everyday.
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Dan, here's a thought: what would happen to the metal pins if you tried to use some kind of liquid solvent to dissolve the epoxy resin? Let me know if you want to pursue that route so I can contact a friend who's the technical director at a local paint manufacturing company and deals with resins and solvents everyday.
I've just spent 90 minutes looking through Tycos online catalog for a connector that looks somewhat remotely close to the connector I photographed with no luck at all.

Problem with liquid solvent is if it'll dissolve the epoxy it'll likely just melt the plastic away too.. But I could be wrong.

There might be a plastic safe epoxy remover?
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I've just spent 90 minutes looking through Tycos online catalog for a connector that looks somewhat remotely close to the connector I photographed with no luck at all.

Problem with liquid solvent is if it'll dissolve the epoxy it'll likely just melt the plastic away too.. But I could be wrong.

There might be a plastic safe epoxy remover?
That's a good point. I'll ask my friend but I don't see how to use a solvent without it touching the plastic on the outside.
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Really hoped someone had a line on that connector I posted.

Think when it warms up I'm gonna hit up the junk yard and start grabbing those connectors if I can find them on anything else Mazda. They like to use the same plugs on other cars so I've got some fair luck getting a few.

If I can just find the little crimp pins then I'd really be golden. Don't really need the solution myself, I've got this pigtail I'm planning on using.. Just on the lookout for everyone else.
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Why are you guys trying to save the original plugs/connectors?
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Why are you guys trying to save the original plugs/connectors?
Hi lazzer in my particular case to have a way to disconnect the plugs if I face any emergency or what if I want to change anything in the MS such as now when I have to make a mod to control my car's fans?
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