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You may not like hearing this, but 2 things you may end up having to do are:
  1. Replace the Dorman part with an OEM part, and
  2. Replace all of the VVT solenoids at the same time. It is generally recommended that both be done because if one has failed, then the other may not be far behind. And since it requires changing the oil, it seems logical to do both at once rather than one at a time.
 

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Wow, that was a nice save! Hopefully, fixing the terminal and tightening the connector does the trick.
 
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