Q: Need help with finding engine harness number.

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Where do I find my engine harness number? I need to replace the entire harness due to multiple connections broke

My car has 277658 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hi Austin. Thanks for writing in tonight. The best way to ensure you get the right engine harness is to contact your local Dodge dealership parts department. Give them your VIN number, and ask them for the part # for the harness you need.

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