Thanks for these posts.
It worked great, but i checked the wires one more time and found that they were very hot.
They looked that part number up and it is pictured exactly as what I need.
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The plug has 3 connectors, and the actual part has multiple "fins" i guess for cooling.
On Ebay I found the OEM part number 97179 1F200.Follow up my car is a 06 Optima.4L stright drive nothing but trouble.Best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repairmen in the.Last edited by cliffb; at 07:37.Firing order is, cylinders on the head with the coil pack are 2-4-6 so the other head is 1-3-5.Today it finally had it and no amount of wiggling would get it to work.I started by replacing the butt connectors on the wires from the harness and plugging the individual wires back in the the FET.They even looked up a picture on the internet of what they ordered me, and it was the wrong part.
It was melted as well, so much so that the male tabs were loose.
Of course after reading these posts I knew for sure they ordered me the wrong thing.