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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 10-16-2012, 10:35 AM Thread Starter
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Wanted: One connector pin for Shindegen R/R

I wired into my stock harness, which was a mistake, of course. I need one more pin to wire the R/R directly to the battery. The MOSFET R/Rs come withe one extra pin, so if any of you guys didn't jack up your install like I did, you should have an extra pin laying around. Somebody help a brother out?
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Don't understand what you're looking for. I wired my Mosfet directly to the battery with no special connections.

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Don't understand what you're looking for. I wired my Mosfet directly to the battery with no special connections.
I need a female crimp connector that snaps into the connector housing(s) of the R/R harness. If I could figure out the type of connector, I could order it from Newark or Digikey.
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I need a female crimp connector that snaps into the connector housing(s) of the R/R harness. If I could figure out the type of connector, I could order it from Newark or Digikey.
Very easy. Go to Auto Zone or Advance Auto and get a 16-14 guage 1/4" female crimp connecter ( they come 5 in a box ). I got the waterproof ones. They also have them in standard or high temp. They fit very tight.

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radio shack should also stock the pins. I will look when I get home, I may have one or two laying around. I will let you know if I do.
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radio shack should also stock the pins. I will look when I get home, I may have one or two laying around. I will let you know if I do.
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Thanks guys. I do have lots of connectors, but none that are designed for the housing. I would prefer to use the exact pin that has the correct retaining mechanism to the housing.
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Thanks guys. I do have lots of connectors, but none that are designed for the housing. I would prefer to use the exact pin that has the correct retaining mechanism to the housing.
Kelly2001, I found one female pin that I think might be from my mosfet mod on my VTX. I not sure if thats what its from. If you want it , PM me your snail mail and I'll send it to ya. If its not the right one, well, add it to your collection

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