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Old February 6th, 2011, 11:42 AM
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Ok, possibly a couple of questions here, but the primary questions are what kind of connectors fit these and where can I get them?

I have the engine from a disco and the relocated ignition module that came with it, but generally speaking don't see the point in destroying things needlessly and carefully undid all connections including electrical and left them on the truck (which I no longer have) thinking the complete unmolested harness would be useful to someone. Of course if I had been thinking, I would have cut the harness and kept everything needed for this.

So basically I need to build a harness between these two connectors. I looked at a local auto parts store but nothing matches. They are similar to the injector plugs but smaller in general and have smaller blades on the prongs.

The first one is the coil/ignition module side, the second the distributor side.
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Just realized the first picture looks like shit. It's just like the second but 3 pronged.
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Sweet! Just emailed you btw.
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Do a search for Durite econoseal connectors.


Dead easy to get here in UK. shout if you've got problems getting any, can send some over.
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Yup those are them. Thanks but this time I'm boosting the local VA economy. Good to know for the future though.

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Also may want to research weatherpack connectors, they are easy to get here in the states and are just as good.

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Thanks, I am familiar with the weatherpack connectors. Not sure why I care, but I'm keeping it stock.
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