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#666: 05-17-2012, 06:07 AM
 
 smithsrsn
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Quote:
Originally Posted by maniaxzero;

My friend was helping me and broke one of the clips on the driver side front coil connector. I used a piece of cardboard to shim it. Hope it doesnt fall out when I drive it.

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You can use a small dab of high temp silicone to hold the connector in place. I also use high temp silicone on my vacuum hoses to prevent them from popping off under boost. If you use it on vacuum hoses, be sure not to get silicone in the vacuum ports which could clog them.