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Old 02-09-2024, 07:13 PM
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Free throttle body plug

Was digging around in my shop for the injector harness clips that I need to install at some point (or maybe I don’t, it’s been two years without them…) and found the throttle plug that I bought to replace my broken one.



Free to a good home. I ended up having to replace the throttle as that end was gooned up too. I went with the larger (84mm) throttle (4.8 maybe) and my Indy wired it into the 4.4 loom.

It should be a pretty straight forward splice or re-pin job on the 4.4. It does fit that throttle body as I checked it. Just didn’t use it.
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