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    Unhappy Torn/missing wiring harness

    Recently my 98 Suburban having issues with the transfer case, and had some OBD codes set. After going under the truck I noticed that the wiring harness going into the transfer case was torn (with wires exposed) I was able to splice it back together and got it functional.

    However the wiring harness going into the O2 sensors has missing parts and is torn beyond repair. Is it possible to get the cables ready made or at least get the right connectors and build one? I've tried locating the wiring harness at local junkyards with no luck.

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    Sr. Apprentice
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    Feb 2010
    Terre Haute, In


    Welcome to site. Usually when you buy a new O2 sensor it comes with a little bit of length on the leads and the you just splice from there. That would be my idea.

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    That would work on the sensor side, except then the 2 sensors go into a 6 lead male connector that's by the transmission (I think) so I'd need to connector for that.

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