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    Re: Connectors

    Quote Originally Posted by 135sohc View Post
    http://starparts.chrysler.com/starli...2pin_page2.htm
    http://starparts.chrysler.com/starli...2pin_page3.htm
    http://starparts.chrysler.com/starli...2pin_page4.htm
    http://starparts.chrysler.com/starli...2pin_page5.htm

    I have a 5013949AA kit here. The terminals are a miniature version of the now known Molex pin used on the computer 60 way connection (33088-0009) so certainly these are of the same family or series ?
    I'm actually trying to track these down now. I know who makes the housings and am getting quotes on all 4 key options. I have a Cardell and Mopar part number on the terminals as well.

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    Re: Connectors

    Anyone got any contact info for Chipdogg ?
    1994 Shadow Sedan. 2.2 N/A, A568 333,000 miles (Owned in family since new).
    1987 Shelby CSX #418. Long term rebuild and restore.

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    1991 Daytona Fuel Pump Connector?

    I'm working on upgrading my fuel pump, and in the process found I have a dying Airtex E7040M. I'm trying to match the connector on it, which appears to be the same connector as is on the car's wiring harness (it plugs in to both sides of the bulkhead connector). The pumps changed in 1991, so anything older than that won't work. I have some pics to attach, but I guess my post count is not high enough. The connector has 2 pins and is marked AMP and has round female terminals inside. I'll try to edit or repost after I get some more posts here.

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    Last edited by Daytona_Shopper; 03-18-2017 at 08:22 PM.

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    Re: Connectors

    Does anyone have a source for a 4-wire O2 sensor pigtail, harness side? I can't seem to locate one for the life of me. Need the square one like is used in 89 and early 90's, I think.

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    Re: Connectors

    used salvaged. I asked before about the idea of using a newer 4 wire sensor that one could get new connector shells and terminals for and the crickets chirped..
    1994 Shadow Sedan. 2.2 N/A, A568 333,000 miles (Owned in family since new).
    1987 Shelby CSX #418. Long term rebuild and restore.

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    Re: Connectors

    Quote Originally Posted by 135sohc View Post
    used salvaged. I asked before about the idea of using a newer 4 wire sensor that one could get new connector shells and terminals for and the crickets chirped..
    Really? I must have missed the post. I recommend using an O2 sensor from a Neon SRT-4. Use the Denso or the NTK.

    http://www.rockauto.com/en/moreinfo....sn=492&jsn=492

    The interfacing connector is TE. I actually outline what it is in my original post in this thread!

    Quote Originally Posted by Turbo SOB View Post
    More alternative parts with better connectors:
    184246-1 (TE 2+2 pin Male SSC) - Oxygen Sensor (later, including Neon SRT-4) HAVE - verified with '05 O2 sensor from my truck
    173706-1 (TE Male, Bag, Tin, 16-20 AWG) HAVE - verified, but I would prefer a slightly longer blade option
    171631-1 (TE Male, Reel, Tin, 20-24 AWG) In Stock
    Quote Originally Posted by Turbo SOB View Post
    184140-1 (TE Cable Seal, 1.6 - 2.1 mm Insul. O.D.) HAVE
    176886-2 (TE Cable Seal, 1.8 - 2.6 mm Insul. O.D.) HAVE - used this to verify the O2 sensor conn/term
    http://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/...TAdssKDimMXw==

    Here's a pic of a sensor I have in my computer bag at all times (for reasons unknown).

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    Re: Connectors

    Quote Originally Posted by 135sohc View Post
    used salvaged. I asked before about the idea of using a newer 4 wire sensor that one could get new connector shells and terminals for and the crickets chirped..
    That's what I was considering doing.

    How about TIII Coil pack connector? I need one of those also, and for some reason I seem to remember them being the same as the O2 sensor. And I think the early Neons used the same connector for the coil pack maybe?

    Rob M.
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    Project LookOwt
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    Back to basics, then the mods go back on....

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    Re: Connectors

    Quote Originally Posted by Force Fed Mopar View Post
    How about TIII Coil pack connector? I need one of those also, and for some reason I seem to remember them being the same as the O2 sensor. And I think the early Neons used the same connector for the coil pack maybe?
    No, sorry. It uses a Delphi Apex 2.8 series connector.
    http://www.rockauto.com/en/moreinfo....431715&jsn=437
    You might be able to use this coil pack in a TIII, if you can get it to fit.

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    Re: Connectors

    It's the early 3.3/3.8 coilpacks that have the same plug. Not that they are any easier to find a new connector for

    Rob M.
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    Project LookOwt
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    Back to basics, then the mods go back on....

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