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Old 09-12-2017, 10:16 PM   #401
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Sorry I know those pics are pretty lame, hopefully its enough to go on... it appears that the connector would have a metal clip around it like the one on the Air Flow Meter.
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Old 09-13-2017, 08:45 PM   #402
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I have this one in stock but not on the website yet. CONN-75954 for the kit, CONN-85954 for the pigtail. Wrong keyways. If you carefully chisel yours with a sharp chisel you can remove said keyways and use this. You'd have to be careful about the pinout with the keyways removed.

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I have this one in stock but not on the website yet. CONN-75954 for the kit, CONN-85954 for the pigtail. Wrong keyways. If you carefully chisel yours with a sharp chisel you can remove said keyways and use this. You'd have to be careful about the pinout with the keyways removed.
I can manage taking the keyways off and would gladly use that connector but I'm a noob at wiring connectors. Can I purchase one that already has leads? Or is it really easy to add wires to the connector? Do I need any special tools? Thanks

Edit: Maybe you already answered my question, is the pigtail a connector already populated with wires? Thanks again.
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I can manage taking the keyways off and would gladly use that connector but I'm a noob at wiring connectors. Can I purchase one that already has leads? Or is it really easy to add wires to the connector? Do I need any special tools? Thanks

Edit: Maybe you already answered my question, is the pigtail a connector already populated with wires? Thanks again.
A pigtail is already populated with pre-terminated wires, yes.
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Old 09-20-2017, 12:36 PM   #405
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Anyone have any luck finding the 4 pin AC fan relay connector for an NB1? The wire got corroded and snapped inside the connector.
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Old 09-22-2017, 03:35 AM   #406
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A pigtail is already populated with pre-terminated wires, yes.
Ordered, thanks!
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