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Old 06-22-2012, 03:47 PM   #1
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Duane,
I see you have the complete upgrade kit for the dual coils, which include the 06+ coil electrical connectors (pigtails).
"Mopar Wiring kits to replace the plug at the coil pack with."

Do you have the pigtails available seperately?

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Old 06-22-2012, 03:47 PM   #2
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Duane,
I see you have the complete upgrade kit for the dual coils, which include the 06+ coil electrical connectors (pigtails).
"Mopar Wiring kits to replace the plug at the coil pack with."

Do you have the pigtails available seperately?

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Yes sir, I can get them for you.
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Old 06-23-2012, 05:22 AM   #4
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Yes sir, I can get them for you.
Duane, can you post price and availability?

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I think the part number is 5019952AA. Not sure what Duane can get them for but last time I saw a price it was over $20 each so thats $160+ for the set.
sorry that price is just for the coil adapters if you got them seperate.
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Old 06-23-2012, 09:20 AM   #6
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I think the part number is 5019952AA. Not sure what Duane can get them for but last time I saw a price it was over $20 each so thats $160+ for the set.
sorry that price is just for the coil adapters if you got them seperate.
Bill, the 06+ OEM coils can be found for $20 each. The pigtails or "coil connector repair kit" my guess is less than the cost of a coil. I used the OEM connectors when I did mine, but using replacement connector on a conversion would be a nicer way of doing it.
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I think the part number is 5019952AA. Not sure what Duane can get them for but last time I saw a price it was over $20 each so thats $160+ for the set.
sorry that price is just for the coil adapters if you got them seperate.
Bill, the 06+ OEM coils can be found for $20 each. The pigtails or "coil connector repair kit" my guess is less than the cost of a coil. I used the OEM connectors when I did mine, but using replacement connector on a conversion would be a nicer way of doing it.
I just found a post from someone that bought the coil repair kits a couple months ago and they were $17.50 each so $140 for the set.

I know that for $150 I can get plug and play adapters no cutting, splicing, soldering. This would make it easy to switch back if you ever need to. This is how I would do it just incase I had issues with all the stupid emissions laws here.
Coils and valve covers are the easy part.
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Old 06-23-2012, 12:41 PM   #8
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An adapter would be the best soluton to make it a plug and play. Even with the run away inflation a connector shouldn't be more than $5 each and a adapter $8. If more than that it will make for a hard sale as the connectors are becoming more available at the pick'n pulls.
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An adapter would be the best soluton to make it a plug and play. Even with the run away inflation a connector shouldn't be more than $5 each and a adapter $8. If more than that it will make for a hard sale as the connectors are becoming more available at the pick'n pulls.
I spent hours on multiple websites of places that make all sizes and shapes of electrical connectors and assuming the connecters I found were the right ones buying the two ends and the pins that go in them are about $7-$8 per cylinder in bulk,plus you still need the wire for them. So if you call it say $9 per cylinder thats $72ish in just parts. Someone would still have to take the time to cafefuly assemble each one. Personally I would rather buy a set premade for $150 than buy all the parts and try to put them all together, partly cause it would be a PITA to do and my hands also start cramping when I work on anything small for more than a few minutes at a time.

I also talked to the guy that makes them and he will do custom length which is cool cause I would want to tuck them down in by the injectors to try and hide the end that plugs into the factory harness.
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Old 06-23-2012, 02:06 PM   #10
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I went a different route by striping redunant wiring out of the harness. I installed a AutoMeter Tach Adapter which required rewiring the 12vdc supply to the coils. While simplfying the wiring I also separated the injector wires from the coil wires just to make sure there was no interferance between the two. It's not difficult as the ASD supplies 12vdc to both coils and injectors and where they split I just wired in my own made-up harness using the 06+ OEM connectors.
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