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Coil pack engine loom

Brayden3223

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Hey guys so I just changed my thermostat and that’s something I never want to do again, I’ve just reassembled everything and tried to turn the engine over and it won’t go, I forgot to plug in a single cable but I can’t exactly work out where it’s meant to go? I can’t see any plugs near or around it
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ant797

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Everything i read about the vz sounds bad hard maintenece absoulute lemon someone was selling a vz ute for 6k i cant even sell my vy for 2500 in my opinion im sure somewhere in the future the vy v6 will be worth more then the vz
 

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Everything i read about the vz sounds bad hard maintenece absoulute lemon someone was selling a vz ute for 6k i cant even sell my vy for 2500 in my opinion im sure somewhere in the future the vy v6 will be worth more then the vz
I’m yet to find a vy cheaper than a vz
 

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is that the plug at the back of the engine? looks the one that connects gearbox loom? if it is the gearbox loom may have fallen around the gearbox some where.
 
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