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96 T&C help harness/electrical

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Old 06-26-2012, 09:36 AM
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Have a 96 T&C with 3.8 with the nasty 10 pin harness issue. The harness from above the cross over pipe to the (fuel rail, temp sensor, coil pack, MAP) is bad. Some of the sockets are bad also, but the main problem is the main connection. I have found one via chrysler parts direct that says 96 but what is the difference between the 97, 98 and 99?

I know my local dealership said that the harness is DC, so they cannot get the part. They suggest going to a local bone yard to get a replacement. Don't want to go that route if I can get a new one instead.

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96 I doubt that would have it because it would not be made any more
 
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96 I doubt that would have it because it would not be made any more
I did find some new that are not aftermarket. So there are some out there still.
 
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