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    Late Model Electrical Connectors

     



    Anyone have a catalog source and hopefully identification guide for late model electrical connectors? I am looking for male and female connectors for things like throttle bodies, fuel injectors, sensor connections, etc.

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    I've dealt with these folks before and had decent results https://www.mouser.com/Connectors/Au...tors/_/N-1ehb5
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    Quote Originally Posted by chasracer View Post
    Anyone have a catalog source and hopefully identification guide for late model electrical connectors? I am looking for male and female connectors for things like throttle bodies, fuel injectors, sensor connections, etc.
    I think you pretty much have to search by the vehicle, year specific if you're looking for OEM connectors. Summit and others have "kits" of Deutch type connectors, but each OEM tends to do their own thing.
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    Thanks for all the information - that's extremely helpful and I should be able to find what I need.

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