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  1. Hi! I know where my two-hole OBD "short me and I'll blink a lot" connector is on the driver side in that rubber protective dealio, that's not what I'm talking about here. Do all 22RE engines have a DLC connector? For clarity I am asking if I have one of these: I looked all over underneath the hood in all the places I've seen suggested: Next to the strut towers, next to each of the fuse boxes (hood and cab), next to the EFI, under the steering wheel... I know my MH is old at 1986 but it's EFI, so there has to be an ECU that allows me to read diagnostics while it's runni
  2. My TPS connector is worn, the clip is missing, and the plastic is broken. So I started a search for a replacement pigtail. No luck online, although I wasn't exhaustive. My stepson, a certified Kia mechanic in Redding, CA, said it looked familiar and took my TPS to work with him today. He came home with a pigtail that looks like it was made for my 22re. It is keyed perfectly and the pins match up perfectly. The only drawback is that the spring retaining clip is on the manifold side, making it a bit tougher to get off and on than the OEM connector. At any rate, if you're interested, the K
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