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Jts coil pack connectors

Any suggestions where I can get electrical connectors for spark plug / coil pack? One of mine has frazzled new or used......
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Any good auto electric supplier should have them as I would guess they are pretty standard ..

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https://kojaycat.co.uk/

https://shopbhp.com/collections/connectors/
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Great your help much appreciated
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Have you had any luck?
If so supplier details and part numbers would be useful as this is a common issue.
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Are you referring to the connector that plugs into the side of the injector? Pic attached

I’m looking to replace one of mine as it’s broken and the spring clip has gone on my GTA.

I assume it’s a generic plug?

Would this fit although the housing doesn’t look the same?

https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F163442003666
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I think this may be what you need for fuel injectors;
2 Pole Female Connector

UK stock and not from Hong Kong but they may be closed for the holidays.
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You will need a crimp tool like this
Crimping tool with spring return handles for non insulated terminals

They allow OE type crimping of non insulated connectors with the tabs crimping down on the wire in a sort of 'm' shape.
Just fit the rubber seal plugs over the wires first.
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Failing that, contact @Pud237 has he breaks Alfas. I'm sure he could supply secondhand plugs which you could fit with non insulated butt splice connectors and finish with heat shrink over each wire (fitting first) for a similarly professional repair.
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