There are numbers on the plug. He has a piece of tape wrapped around each wire with the number of the port that each wire goes into. If you look closely at the plug you'll see the numbers and then you'll see the tape he wrapped around each of the wires.You have done a bunch but how do you keep track of which wire goes in which slot if you just cut through like that?
I didn't see any dates on mine. You can do a quick inspection of the insulation by pulling the crossover tube and air resonance valve. If you do this, you can easily access the big loop of EA harness between the engine harness and the EA body. Carefully cut a small slit, 2 -3" long, in the loop of cable sheathing to inspect the wires without pulling the EA. If you don't see any flaked or cracked insulation, seal the slit you made with tape and put everything back together. Given the age of the actuator, if you don't see any flaking or cracking, it has probably been replaced.nothing lol.
Well I am not throwing codes but is there a sticker or date stamp to see if mine has been replaced?
I dont want it shorting out like the engine harness did.