Radiator Fan Wiring Harness

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So I needed to take my airbox out to route my winch wiring the way I wanted. The airbox grommets were fairly stiff pulling it out. The radiator fan connector got smacked when taking the box out and the locking tab broke off the connector. I'm wondering if anyone knows the part number for just the cable from the fuse box to the front. The radiator side of the cable is fine. I haven't been able to find anything online yet. '20 2.0t JLUR if that matters.
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So I needed to take my airbox out to route my winch wiring the way I wanted. The airbox grommets were fairly stiff pulling it out. The radiator fan connector got smacked when taking the box out and the locking tab broke off the connector. I'm wondering if anyone knows the part number for just the cable from the fuse box to the front. The radiator side of the cable is fine. I haven't been able to find anything online yet. '20 2.0t JLUR if that matters.
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Can you run a zip tie thru the wires and secured it that way? Might be a much easier and cheaper solution. As to your question, the dealer can source it I’m sure. No idea the cost.

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Can you run a zip tie thru the wires and secured it that way? Might be a much easier and cheaper solution. As to your question, the dealer can source it I’m sure. No idea the cost.

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Yeah, I'll probably do something along those lines. The connecter itself is fine. Just that it potentially could come apart without the locking tab. Although there really isn't any movement in those wires once connected. Going to phone the dealer tomorrow morning.
 
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Just an update. Dealer wasn't able to figure out exactly which part number that cable is. They think it might be part of a larger harness. I'm not too sure myself. The solution I've settled with is they ordered part# 68274243ab thinking it was what I needed. It's not, but I was able to make it work. I de-pinned the connector off of the new donor part and moved it over to my existing harness. Lubed the two rubber grommets under the airbox so it's easier to remove if I need to again.
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