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    COP harness - DIY

    My car is a '95 NA8.

    I find that most of the solutions out there connects the cop harness to the plugs that original goes into the OEM coil-packs. That seems like a good and clean solution. But I have trouble finding those plugs for the harness that should go into the plugs that went into the OEM coil-packs.

    Anyone know a good source for those?

    Another question is, could I just bypass the plugs on the engine-harness and connect straight into the car-harness?


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    Seems like on the NA8, you can actually use a 6 pins plug and connect to the plug that are connected to the left for the coil-packages. The contacts are small and grey.

    Learning new stuff all the time.

    This is the one that I need.
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    COP harness - DIY

    Two things to consider: salvage that plug from a spare or eliminate it altogether by replacing it with another weatherproof 6 pin connector on both sides (male and female).

    IIRC, the factory coil harness is detachable from the coils individually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slampen View Post
    Seems like on the NA8, you can actually use a 6 pins plug and connect to the plug that are connected to the left for the coil-packages. The contacts are small and grey.

    Learning new stuff all the time.

    This is the one that I need.
    there_it_is.jpg
    I really like your VIN swap.

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