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Old 14th October 2018, 12:06 AM   #1
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Default Automotive connector source?

Anyone by chance know a source for the connector shown in this picture?

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It's an automotive, 10 pin connector, need 1 male and 1 female.
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Old 14th October 2018, 12:12 AM   #2
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It's an automotive, 10 pin connector, need 1 male and 1 female.
Maybe a Molex (could be either a standard or a custom part). You'd need an expensive
specific crimping tool also. Check aftermarket Corvette third party sources too.

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Old 14th October 2018, 12:58 AM   #3
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Could be Molex, could be AMP, could be any of a zillion other vendors, and in fact could even be a General Motors product.

My experience with Molex et al is that you buy the nylon housing, and the crimp pins separately.
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My experience with Molex et al is that you buy the nylon housing, and the crimp pins separately.
Yes, all such parts are a la carte. An old Corvette means it's from an old American parts company.

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Old 14th October 2018, 02:46 AM   #5
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In Europe there is a French Store called Norauto who sells those kind of things for every car. They have extensive catalogs with parts, but as it is an American car I don't know if they can help You. I'm sure there must be American or Canadian stores like this. That connector is similar to Toyota factory installed. In situations like this I cut the wires and put an ISO connector instead. You could also use some sort of electrical industrial connector for this.
Googling … just found this site.
http://www.autoharnesshouse.com/
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Old 14th October 2018, 09:29 PM   #6
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Hi there.


I did a little research.
From the product description on Corvette Central, there is a hint.
(Assembled with original GM Delphi connectors)


From there I found that Mouser have the Delphi/Aptiv connector line.
I just dig in the catalogue, and they look identical to the Metri-Pack 150 series connectors.


PS. You must double check, I don't want you orders the wrong parts.

You would need the following parts (look the catalogue for parts Nbr.):
-1x male 10 positions unsealed connector
-10x male terminal (check wire size)
-1x male TPA (terminal position assurance)
-1x female 10 positions unsealed connector
-10x female terminal (check wire size)
-2x female TPA (terminal position assurance)
Optional:
-1x CPA (connector position assurance)


And the crimping tool.


https://www.mouser.ca/Connectors/Aut...e&Ntk=P_MarCom
http://ecat.aptiv.com/docs/default-s...rsn=bf6f84d9_0


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