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Old August 5th, 2016, 06:08 PM
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Electrical connector identification

You ever have those days... endlessly searching google for a whatchamacallit you don't know the name of? If you're anything like me, the answer is "always".

Anyhoo, WTF is this thing called and who/what/where can I learn more about stuff like this? Searching electrical terminal, electrical connector, automotive electrical terminal connector isn't working for me



Oh, this is for a power outlet on my '67 s2a dash.
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Those are available from britishwiring.com
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As I recall, ARB also uses those for the bumper-installed signal lights on their bullbars/winch bumpers. That may help with your web search.
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You can get a similar housing & crimps in the Delphi 56 series :

http://ca.mouser.com/ProductDetail/D...AxR98%252bs%3d

Select the female terminal from the list in this spec sheet, varies depending upon wire size.

http://delphi.com/docs/default-sourc...aster&sfvrsn=0

And there much better quality than the PVC ones, used by GM in the past.

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Old August 6th, 2016, 11:03 AM
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This has all been a great help. From what I can tell they appear to be a specifically British connector. I was able to find them by searching images for "2 way T shape connector". Lots of hits from .co.uk sites.

6.3mm Blade Multiple Connectors

I guess I'll poke around and see if there's anything else I need to justify international shipping

Thanks again!
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Why order international, the Delphi 56 series are available from US suppliers. That type of connector is a generic style, just happens to be used more in the UK but can be found on many screen washer pumps too.
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Maybe this would help. Useful plug. I've used many times. It helps keep polarity straight.https://www.summitracing.com/parts/sum-890007
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