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Can anyone identify this type of connector?

hughy

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Need help identifying this type of connector so i can order some replacement pins to suit.

It is off a Nissan vehicle.

Thanks
 

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sureshot

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Looks like some kind of custom double row molex male and female connector. What is it from ?
 

hughy

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Its a plug used by nissan on most of their cars from later 80's early 90's.

these are the pins i need:
 

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sureshot

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Its a plug used by nissan on most of their cars from later 80's early 90's.

these are the pins i need:
They look like a variant of 4mm spade type recepticlesl, which might well fit. Worth a try, all or most electronics suppliers sell these crimp on type male and female connectors. Also come in 6.3mm sizes.
 

dorke

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If it's from a Nissan car.
I would try a local Nissan service/dealer/electrician ,
they should have the part you need.
 

hughy

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Cannot seem to get them from nissan and any wholesale organisations i contact only sell them directly to car manufacturers.
 

dorke

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Another idea,
try a car junkyard.
If they have a Nissan they will yank one out for ya(complete connector) .
 

hughy

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I have the connector, i need new pins to terminate my wiring. Don't want to join wires halfway, would rather freshly terminate the ends into new crimps.
 

sureshot

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If the male and female measurments are the same as generic recepticles you probably could use them. Although another plug or socket from a scrap vheicle would be equally fine. Just use shrink tube over the soldered wires. Still be a tidy job.
 

debe

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I quite often get plugs from the wreckers & remove the pins & re use them to repair wiring looms that are faulty. Usualy get them for free.
 
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