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Hey Guys

Looks like someone ripped out my EGR system and I have to replace the wiring. What is the elbo electrical connector that connects to these called? If they aren't avilible at all, why ideas on what to use?

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The color coded elbow connectors that connect to the vacuum ports are listed as:
Elbow .15F - 3/16"

The hoses to the solenoids are all 1/8" (I.D.) nylon.

The connector that's laying there in the lower middle part of the picture
is the diagnostic connector for the Chrysler OBD-1 code reader.
 

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I'm sorry for explaining my question poorly. I'm wondering what the electrical connectors on the solenoids are called
 

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Are you talking about the harness & multi-pin connectors that come out the bottom of the solenoid pack?
It looks like they're connected in the picture.

What aren't connected are four of your lines to the solenoid pack.
Also:
The rubber hoses attached should be nylon plastic.

Click on the link below for the correct hose routing.
Both 86-1/2 and 87 cars are listed.

 

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Are you talking about the harness & multi-pin connectors that come out the bottom of the solenoid pack?
It looks like they're connected in the picture.
That is what I was talking about. It was looking like one set was missing leads to it entirely but they were just buried under shit and hooked back up. Onto a new problem though, but ill make that a new thread in a different forum
 
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