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    Quote Originally Posted by davus View Post
    So I知 trying to figure out where I can buy the pins to go into the ecu connector.

    Seems as though yes, I need to run two new wires to what will be the new temp sensor.

    Any ideas what the pins are called or where I could get them from?

    Many thanks

    Dave
    If you work on skis you should have an old wire harness and pull 2 good lines from that , if you don稚 the pins could be purchased separate but the crimp tool is expensive .


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    Check this link: https://www.digikey.com/product-deta...0-2-ND/2041299
    It is the tool quoted by SeaDoo for removing the pins. If you look at the bottom of the the page there is a section "For Use With" that shows the male and female connectors associated with the tool. They are available online at Amazon and Ebay. I'm would assume they would be easily located in Australia.

    Quote Originally Posted by davus View Post
    So I知 trying to figure out where I can buy the pins to go into the ecu connector.

    Seems as though yes, I need to run two new wires to what will be the new temp sensor.

    Any ideas what the pins are called or where I could get them from?

    Many thanks

    Dave

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    I think you are mistaken the tool in the picture will not remove the pins in the A or B connectors side, the correct part numbers are 529-036-174 and 529-036-175

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    Quote Originally Posted by DR2006RXP View Post
    I think you are mistaken the tool in the picture will not remove the pins in the A or B connectors side, the correct part numbers are 529-036-174 and 529-036-175

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    I'm just going by the factory service manual update. If those work too, great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackhawk36 View Post
    I'm just going by the factory service manual update. If those work too, great.
    Am sure you meant well doing your best to help but the link you provided leads to a tool and pins that are not used on the ecu connectors, I have provided pictures of the 2 that are used on the connector and one that you linked that does not , the pins in the connector have 2 locks on them and they both need to be pressed simultaneously to release the pin.

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    thanks very much guys. Great info from all.

    I've found what i believe to be the right pins, and have ordered them (minimum purchase 100!!!)

    The temp sensor itself seems to be just a standard sensor (same as those used in the exhaust and head of the 4-tec), but what im struggling with now is finding the "T Piece" that the sensor seats in. None of the service manuals i have seem to show much, and the usual sites (partshark etc) dont show a separate part number for it.



    The above image shows the part number for the whole assembly (293710143), and for the sensor itself (278002895), but not for the T-Piece.

    The sensor seems to be a standard sensor (same as those used in the cylinder head and exhaust). I have heaps of these lying around, so was hoping to buy just the T-Piece if i could.

    Anyone have a part number just for that part?.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davus View Post
    thanks very much guys. Great info from all.

    I've found what i believe to be the right pins, and have ordered them (minimum purchase 100!!!)

    The temp sensor itself seems to be just a standard sensor (same as those used in the exhaust and head of the 4-tec), but what im struggling with now is finding the "T Piece" that the sensor seats in. None of the service manuals i have seem to show much, and the usual sites (partshark etc) dont show a separate part number for it.



    The above image shows the part number for the whole assembly (293710143), and for the sensor itself (278002895), but not for the T-Piece.

    The sensor seems to be a standard sensor (same as those used in the cylinder head and exhaust). I have heaps of these lying around, so was hoping to buy just the T-Piece if i could.

    Anyone have a part number just for that part?.

    Dave
    I値l look on my end might get it for you .

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    Quote Originally Posted by DR2006RXP View Post
    I値l look on my end might get it for you .
    Thanks very much.

    Appreciate it!

    Dave

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    I have the T, sensor and male connector. Brand new. I did drill the opening wider to allow more water flow. I just never got around to installing it. Ill get pics a few mins if you池e interested.

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    Thanks mate.

    I知 in Australia (not sure where you are?) but having trouble finding one here!!

    Dave

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