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The connectors to the forward ignition coils had seen better days. They no longer snapped on securely, and when replacing them, one actually crumbled. I found a good replacement, at a lower cost than other options, saved a few bucks. They come pre-wired, ready to install.

Part number is ACDELCO PT2045, or 88988587
 

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Factory left, replacement right. only downside of these, they are not color coded.

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They do come with quick crimp connectors, I prefer linemans splice, solder and marine grade heat shrink

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tried to reuse old grey plastic protective covers, but too much, they are in the way, instead used cloth protective tape, same stuff used in BMW's

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Good to go, now don't have to worry about daughter having a coil connector pop-off in the middle of no-where or on the side of the freeway.

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Nice. Added to the sticky.
 

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Connectors on the 2002 V6 Accord I just swapped heads on also snapped off.
Your fix is more permanent, I just tie wrapped them on with a black nylon wire ties.
 
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