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post #1 of 8 Old 10-14-2019, 03:36 AM Thread Starter
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Harness plugs

Does anyone know where I could find o.e.m plugs to splice back into the wiring harness?
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post #2 of 8 Old 10-14-2019, 09:56 AM
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Here are a few places:

https://www.corsa-technic.com

http://www.cycleterminal.com/motorcycle-connectors.html

http://www.easternbeaver.com/Main/El...onnectors.html
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I had a connector get crushed on my CBR600RR. Wound up buying a wiring harness off of eBay. LOL still have it minus 1 plug! One of several items I need to get rid of.
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Do you have a picture or 3 of what you need?

I have dozens and dozens of different oe plugs from all the manufacturers in quantities
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I order them in bulk and keep a personal stash. Usually the 2pin and 3pin stuff is relatively easy to find. The ECU multi pin one's not so much.

A picture would go a long way to determine which one you are looking for. Even if you no longer have it (or it's fried) give us a picture of what you're trying to plug in to.
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Can I ask the stupid question of what/why you are splicing an entire plug/box from the harness? Is it just one bad wire/connection? If so, you can pull the pin from the box and pick up new ones (depending on the gauge) at your local AutoZone/hardware, splice it/crimp it and reinsert the pin into the existing plug/connector box. You don't necessarily need a whole new box/connector.

Just a thought as I just did that on my friends bike (his fuel pump connect shorted out, and literally burnt up a wire to the harness and the pin on both ends of the connections)
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This...is...amazing! Thanks for sharing. Wow, gonna be nice to have on file. I could think of a time or two when I could've used sites like this (instead of making my own connections from autozone kits on a zx7r ignition switch and forgetting about resistors haha
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This...is...amazing! Thanks for sharing. Wow, gonna be nice to have on file. I could think of a time or two when I could've used sites like this (instead of making my own connections from autozone kits on a zx7r ignition switch and forgetting about resistors haha
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