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Iím still trying to sort out a Ď99 XJR I purchased from a co-worker. His idiot mechanic had busted the MAF/IATS connector on the driver side of the throttle body. I eventually figured out it is the same plug body as on a Lexus. That solved, Iím replacing connector pins on the TPS and updating them to gold. It seems I need a new connector body in this location as well. I cannot seem to find one. Anyone have any clue who else used this connector?
 
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You may find what you're looking for in the attachment below.
 
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Iím replacing connector pins on the TPS and updating them to gold. It seems I need a new connector body in this location as well. I cannot seem to find one. Anyone have any clue who else used this connector?
Toyota again: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Toyota-20v-...AAAOSwFL9Ttne3

I bought it for the body as my original pins are good and gold.
 
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Many thanks! I got the connector body and I was eventually able to get it together.

Here is the missing info on pins and the pin extraction tool I was searching for earlier: https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=...8uBkQXgkiLay8D
 
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Update: I believe I tracked down the actual OE part.

From my research, it looks like the Jag engine control is done by Nippon Denso. The TPS connector is shared with Toyotas. It looks like the connector housing is available under Toyota PN 9098010831. It should be about $10.

I have yet to verify it but thought I would share.
 
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Update: I tried the connector from Toyota. No go. It is slightly different. It looks like aftermarket or something off a parts car is the best bet.
 
 
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