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Old 01-01-2009
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Plug wire separators

Hey guys, I currently have my wires ran with aftermarket separators and would like to use the stock ones again for a cleaner look. I broke some of them when I took them out before and don't remember what location and how many of them are supposed to be there. I went to ford to purchase some, and he said he couldent really tell from the chart what I was supposed to have. So far I bought 5 total. All hold up to 3 wires. 3 of them are the freestanding ones that I believe go on the wires in the back of the engine as they go across, and the other two go on valve cover studs. I am thinking I need 4 more of the stud mount ones. If anyone has any good close up pics of they're stock wire holders and how the wires are ran, or can tell me what they have, it would be a big help. This is on an 04 3.0

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Old 05-22-2009
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I just put my wire looms on the outside middle bolts on the valve covers. Believe it or not, I have just two wire looms. Have fun. :)
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