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kmn5 
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Sorry for the newbie question
but what kind of metal connectors are these?
I know they go inside of ALOT of plastic plugs, harness, etc....
what kind of connectors are these? -- posted image.
what kind of connectors are these? -- posted image.
thanks
kmn5 
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sorry for the bad pics, they're from my phone
the connectors have a square tip that inserts into a plug or harness, and the other end get crimped onto a wire
megaman 
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molex.
kmn5 
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megaman wrote:
molex.
I don't think it's molex,
molex pins are round male/female (like the ones in a PC)
these are square female and the male side are literally pins
kmn5 
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Ok
I found a pic of one online after scanning through 200 something google links.
yeah it's driving me nuts that I can't find out what it is (it's my OCD - Obsessive-Compulsive disorder)
problem is the pic is from an overseas wholesaler and they list it as a
"Motorbike Ecu Terminals"
what kind of connectors are these? -- posted image.
unfortunatley pic does not show the tip head on
I guess "ECU" terminal is a pretty broad name...... :(
kmn5 
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one crimped onto a while the whole thing slots into a typical automotive plug like this
what kind of connectors are these? -- posted image.
reax222 
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Weather pack is like that but round. I forget what that one is called, but if you find weatherpack you close.
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There are several manufacturers that make pins like that.  I would guess that Molex would have a pin like that - they make 1000s of different pins.  Amp/Tyco would be another good place to look.  I would guess both companies would offer something compatible.
Kevin Pierson
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Here is the direct link to the pins to which your looking for

http://http://www.action-electronics.com/molex.htm#Mini

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jayson33 wrote:

Here is the direct link to the pins to which your looking for

http://http://www.action-electronics.com/molex.htm#Mini

http://www.action-electronics.com/molex.htm#Mini

sorry this one should work

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