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Hey folks,

might be selling my car soon, and I was wondering what is the best way to reconnect the MAF wire that I cut to install the CP-E MAFci control box? I don't have much experience wiring things, so I'm not sure what is the most reliable way to reconnect those leads. All suggestions (besides soldering!) are welcomed. Thanks!

-steve
 

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Hey folks,

might be selling my car soon, and I was wondering what is the best way to reconnect the MAF wire that I cut to install the CP-E MAFci control box? I don't have much experience wiring things, so I'm not sure what is the most reliable way to reconnect those leads. All suggestions (besides soldering!) are welcomed. Thanks!

-steve
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Why not soldering? It is by far the best and most reliable connection.

Any other type of connection is probably just going to involve twisting or crimping the wires together.
 

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Say it ain't so, Steve. :(
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Yeah sorry man...I may be buying a 2006 350z! So don't worry, I'll still be driving a sweet car....just one that is slightly (completely) less practical, and a little more powerful!
 
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