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    Z20let afm plug wiring

    the wiring has came out of the actual plug that connects to the airflow meter and i was wondering if anyone would know the order of which the wires should go in? thank you
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    also does anyone know if ill be able to secure the wires back in or if ill need a new plug?
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    In what way have the wires come out? Of the pins or are the pins out too?

    If the wires are out the pins you need to get the pins out too and resolder them back on.

    I wonder if any other car uses the same AFM plug that you could rob from a breakers yard?
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