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Old 10-22-2005, 03:23 PM
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I was wondering where you all got your electrical connectors from when rewiring a car. I have the EZ wiring harness kit, and im starting to install it. I went to the local parts store, but usually when i go there i have to sift through a lot of books to find the connectors i need. I was wondering if there was somewhere online to buy them that is fairly inexpensive. Thanks for the replies

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Doc here,

Do you mean like these?




You can get them online here:

http://www.partsamerica.com/Category...px?catid=2020A

Or in person if you happen to have a Parts America , Kragens or Checker/Shucks near you...and as you will see, many more plugs, harnesses and pigtails..

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actually (sorry for not being more descriptive) i was talking more about the gm 56 style female and male connectors.
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actually (sorry for not being more descriptive) i was talking more about the gm 56 style female and male connectors.
Doc here,

Did you check ALL the links on that site? You should be able to find mates for NOS ...

If you want original, go to OPG or year one...

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You need to find a -AC DELCO- Distributor in your area (large parts jobber) and ask for AC DELCO catalog 16A-200. This is a 2001 Pigtail And Lamp Socket Catalog (may be newer edition-last I have) and lists all connectors (and gives illustrations) available for field service for GM.
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actually (sorry for not being more descriptive) i was talking more about the gm 56 style female and male connectors.
M.A.D. Electrical can help you out.
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