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Old 10-02-2009, 04:17 AM   #1
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I need lemme know asap!!!
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You need connectors or the actual COP's?
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connectors just picked up 5 cops lol
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You can do what I did and drive up to Ace Pick a Part near the Jax zoo. They have two Toyota Tundras that have the connectors and pigtails you need. One only has 2 of its 6 as I got the other 4. Working great on my COP conversion. The COP's themselves are a bit too long to work, but they use the same connector.
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man if you could snag um I'd really appreciate it i can't drive the car so i really can't get it myself....
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I started building my harness yesterday.

You can either look for the pins Scott used...or take the easy route and just go to O'Reilly. Look for the 10pack of "gold plated" 0.110" push pin connectors. They are like $6.99/pack (will need two packs) and have clear red plastic crimps on them. Made by Dorman. They don't fit as-is...but if you seperate the red plastic part from the actual connector you are left with a very nice piece that doesn't require grinding like in the write-up...and it's available around the corner...now.

I didn't want to wait and deal with the headache of sourcing...and to me 16 crimps...16 pushes and 4 silicone fills is easy enough. These also have sufficient room to add a dab of solder on top of the wire pushed through the crimp just to be sure.


Looks like VatoZone has them too:

AutoZone.com | AudioTerminalandConnector | Conduct-Tite22-18gaugered.110in.femalequickdisconnectgoldplatedte rminal
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Awesome thanks go speed But I really think I want the connectors, We'll see how my patients last.
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We'll see how my patients last.
Are you a doctor? Why are they dying off?
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getting the wrong pins...... idk shut up lolol
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I would, but I won't be back up to ACE for awhile. It's a 45 minute drive for me. I may get up there next weekend though.
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