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Default IAT sensor plug. I BROKE IT!

Ok guys so here it is... I pulled the head to fix a leaking freeze plug adjacent to the #6 exh port. In the process of that I forgot to remove my IAT sensor plug. Well it unplugged on its own with a little help from my engine hoist. I have the head back on and engine running now. I thought i had fixed the damaged connector but I threw a dtc indicating IAT (dont remember what the code was but I dont think its a stretch to assume its all related). So my question is this... What should i do to regain functionality of my IAT sensor. I was thinking about a plug with flying leads that i could splice into the harness to replace my damaged plug OR a replacement sensor with flying leads that i could splice into my harness. Any sugestions would be appreciated.
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Was the IAT sensor itself broken or just pulled the wires apart?
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Just the wires from the plug
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Might not have a good connection on plug, could have damaged more wiring on the harness as well.

You have a scanner to clear codes?
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You can get a new connector & leads, but it might not come all together. Best bet would be to call A Cummins or truck dealer like Freightliner. They should be able to hook you up.
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Mopar has the pig tail to repair it.
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