Where can I find an engine wiring harness? Can it be repaired?

Asked by Jul 11, 2017 at 02:23 PM about the 2002 Hyundai Elantra GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The wiring on my pigtail connectors for my coil pack are rotted and am not able
to find them in the junkyards or through Hyundai. Hyundai does not sell their
own part for their own car. :(

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9,920

Is that the complete assembly? All I see are 2 wires

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9,920

Is this what your looking for? http://www.ebay.com/itm/1-x-Harness- Ignition-Coil-Wire-For-Kia-Hyundai-Rio-Replace-27350- 26620-/252501885380? hash=item3aca4901c4:g:joMAAOSwdzVXsp6T&vxp=mtr

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74,565

If there are only two wires I would solder them together and forget the connector.

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Yes but I am unable to find the right one for my car. The wires are rotted.

251,505

If the plugs are fine and just the wires are just rotted, you can pick up the same gauge wire at your local auto part store and solder them into the pigtails.

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I spoke with my mechanic and my car has rotted wires to the pigtails and one of the pigtails we cannot find anywhere. He is going to attempt to make a pigtail. I am just concerned that my car will catch on fire. What do you think? I cannot find the black one.

251,505

if the wiring is done properly with the proper gauge wire and good solder joints, you shouldn't have to worry about it melting.

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My mechanic is trying to make the two-pronged pigtail since we cannot find the black (male?) one. He is going to change the wiring also. Thank you for your help. Would you advise he do that? Can that be done?

251,505

What are you other choices? I'd proceed with the rewire. I'm not sure about the black wire. Too bad there wasn't enough of the wires left to see where they attached to.

74,565

I would solder in new wires and use bullet connectors to replace the plug. The system is fused which protects the wires from catching on fire.

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