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    Aisberg is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    technical problem

    Hello guys! need a little help!
    I replaced the both cylinder heads on the LA3 engine, and now I can not find where to connect this plug!

    I removed the intake manifold and checked the Cooling bridge and everything i could get! I know it's my fault - you need to label all that you remove ...But maybe somebody has a drawing?
    This connector can be somehow affect the fans? after I assembled the engine, they do not work.
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    thanks in advance.

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    Aisberg is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Re: technical problem

    Aisberg, I just did my timing belt. By where that plug is situated, could it plug into the back of the upper air intake manifold. I believe there was a plug on the back of that.

    Dave

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    Re: technical problem

    the good thing about wires is they are only made to stretch as far as they are supposed to fit, so look around the area that it will stretch too, you'll find the hole
    Might be the switchover solenoid plug on the back of the upper intake, this may help: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0Bz8m...it?usp=sharing

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    By the looks and position of that plug it could be crank shaft position sensor.

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