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quick question about ic pump

Discussion in 'Engine/Tuning' started by acerasuolo, May 6, 2010.

  1. acerasuolo

    acerasuolo New Member Established Member

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    hey guys im upgrading my vortech ic pump and was wondering what style connector the 03/04 ic pump uses. i already have the pump but just need to find a place to buy it as the local napa place gave me the stink eye :dw: and had no idea. just for clairity purposes im refering to the female end of the connector that plugs into the ic pump and if u have one that you would want to sell me just hit me up on a pm. thanks again
     
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    acerasuolo New Member Established Member

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    acerasuolo New Member Established Member

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  4. Hmbre97

    Hmbre97 Eaton powered Established Member

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    It's an EV1 injector plug.

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    Here's a picture of an EV1 injector in case anyone doubts me. I told someone else this on another forum and they refused to believe me.

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  5. acerasuolo

    acerasuolo New Member Established Member

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    thanks, thats exactly what i was thinking. o and fyi some idiot, ill keep it anonymous unless they want to object being called an idiot, tried to sell me a connector for 20$ shipped on this forum. if anyone wants to know i can gladly pm you the message just incase you want to steer clear from someone trying to rip you off in the future.
     
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    Hmbre97 Eaton powered Established Member

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    In their defense, Ford probably does sell that pigtail for $20-$30. Luckily, Bosch decided to use a very common connector so you don't have to get it from Ford.
     

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