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Old March 6th, 2008, 07:23 AM
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male rear lamp connectors?

Does anybody have a source on the male (body wiring harness side) connectors for the rear lamps? British Wiring is mentioned in other threads but after looking through their catalog it's not so obvious there is a direct match.

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Er, I meant the FEMALE connector.
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Old March 6th, 2008, 04:52 PM
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Not sure if this is what you're looking for or not, but Rovers North has "Connector Repair Kits" that have the connector and pigtail that you splice into your existing harness. The 2-pin kit is PN LRN-00-0005, and the 3-pin kit is LRN-00-0006. They were about $20 many years ago.
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I have a complete boot repair kit on ebay if that is the route you want to go . . .

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...224156523&rd=1

Reserve is $100, cost $150 when new.

And I have a complete set of my original tail lamps if you need them (replaced with the LED kit from ECR).
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Does anybody have a source on the male (body wiring harness side) connectors for the rear lamps? British Wiring is mentioned in other threads but after looking through their catalog it's not so obvious there is a direct match.

Thanks...

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Er, I meant the FEMALE connector.
We got'em Noah.
Call and Holly will set you up. They are about 6. each I think.
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I just replaced nearly all the connectors on my 110 with weather pac connectors. They are like the ones you see under the hood of new cars, all waterproof. You have to buy them in bulk but they are dirt cheap if you do and you can improve all the wiring on your D and hopefully prevent future corrosion issues.
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Andrew - Where do you buy the weather pac connectors in bulk? I've bought small quantities (and the pricey crimping tool) from Pegasus Racing.
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I got em here http://waytekwire.com/

You don't really need the crimping tool, most of the universal ones have the right crimper for these. Just note that you have to choose the size and purchase each side, the terminals and the little rubber boots separately. The only PITA is that they don't come in the same quantities, but the stuff is really reasonable from these guys.
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After getting it, I realized the crimper is pretty much a normal one with a special sliding "holder block" on the side to ensure that the wire, boot, and everything get lined up properly. Its costly, but it does a nice job.
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Andrew - Thanks for the info.

I already had several different crimpers (AMP, Molex, Waldom), but none of them would handle the long legs that go around the seal. So that's probably the main benefit to me of the Weather Pak crimper. And as Jim mentioned, it keeps everything positioned where it's suppose to be. Yeah, it is a bit of a pain ordering up all the little bits and pieces. But once you have a small inventory set up, it does make for convenient, neat, weatherproof connections.
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But once you have a small inventory set up, it does make for convenient, neat, weatherproof connections.
Oh definitely, get a little compartmented plastic box, spend 50 bucks, and you've got plenty of connector parts for all kinds of projects. I got all my weatherpack stuff from mcmaster.
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Thanks everybody for the options.
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In case Mike ever runs out we have them too:

http://www.roverparts.com/Parts/8959ABP.cfm

http://www.roverparts.com/Parts/8958ABP.cfm

http://www.roverparts.com/Parts/STC966.cfm

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Those are cool.
The ones we have are just the raw connector, no wires attached so you just install the connector, you don't have to splice into the wire.
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