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    It's listed in post #1 of this forum thread, under "NOTES":
    http://documents.holley.com/199r11022.pdf (Holley EFI 567-100 ECU Connector Terminal Crimper)
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    I'm trying to release the lock on the ECU plug so I can repair a broken wire on the P1B connector. For some reason I can't get it release (the large white tab). Do you have a larger pic, so I can see the plug better and any info that would help me out? Also, how far is that suppose to move? I can't seem to get it to move. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MR P-BODY View Post
    For some reason I can't get it release (the large white tab).
    Push the single wide white tab to release the lock (on all terminals), and push the two narrow white tabs to re-secure.
    The white locking tab snaps down, allowing you to pull the wire/terminal out. It doesn't disassemble the connector.
    http://documents.holley.com/199r10954rev2.pdf (Read "Wire Installation", Page 2)

    Do you have a larger pic, so I can see the plug better and any info that would help me out?
    No.

    Also, how far is that suppose to move? I can't seem to get it to move.
    About 3/32".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny Cabral View Post
    Those ECU connectors are only available for circuit boards. Click on the first two links in post #1 of this thread.
    Just curious if anyone has ever came out with a non-circuit board version of these plugs for the ECU side? I think Holley is missing out by not offering a plug & play extension harness, for people wanting to mount their ECU further away than what the standard harness allows. I know it can be cut, wires added, and re-soldered, but a a plug & play extension harness would be NICE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TxFireman1972 View Post
    Just curious if anyone has ever came out with a non-circuit board version of these plugs for the ECU side? I think Holley is missing out by not offering a plug & play extension harness, for people wanting to mount their ECU further away than what the standard harness allows. I know it can be cut, wires added, and re-soldered, but a a plug & play extension harness would be NICE!
    You should contact Tyco to try to get them to make a shell that would work with their connectors...(sarcasm).
    From the way those look, it honestly would not be hard to take a little project box and make a harness extension.
    Honestly, those would make a great "mount to firewall" type of connector/box setup.
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    I want to clean up the Techflex 6 sleeve I placed on the harness for the injectors. What's the part number for these terminals?

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    https://forums.holley.com/showthread...5100#post85100 (Fuel Injector EV1 Terminals & Connectors)
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    Thank you Danny.

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    You're welcome.
    May God's grace bless you in the Lord Jesus Christ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TxFireman1972 View Post
    Just curious if anyone has ever came out with a non-circuit board version of these plugs for the ECU side? I think Holley is missing out by not offering a plug & play extension harness, for people wanting to mount their ECU further away than what the standard harness allows. I know it can be cut, wires added, and re-soldered, but a a plug & play extension harness would be NICE!
    What's the part number for that connector? I could make an extension for it, but it would be slightly bulky and not cheap, LOL.

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