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Old 11-14-2015
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reverse light tranny switch and location of o2 plug

im in need of part number for my 2004 ranger on the reverse light switch plug. I got to looking at it ans both plug keepers r broke off and the one side is missing terminal connection on inside of plug. So do thet=y sell plug with like 2 or 3inches wire for connection? Also seen bank2 after cat o2 sensor plug is gone. Im going to look for it again in morning, its gotta be up there.
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no body knows????????????
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