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    Re: Connectors

    Quote Originally Posted by 135sohc View Post
    Even those are a rather poor copy though
    Yeah, that's what I keep seeing. They're crazy expensive too. I've had great luck replacing pretty much every component under hood with non-bullet terminal pieces, but one thing we can't get around is the SMEC/SBEC terminals. A good supplier (fair price, good quality) would be nice.

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    Finding a suppler who has the capability to make those will be next to impossible without some deep pockets.

    The lack of product support for chrysler SBEC's was/has/still is the single biggest reason I would prefer to ditch it all together and go with an aftermarket controlling product that uses common OTS components that will not be an obsolete next month type deal.

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    Re: Connectors

    I'm making a fuel injector harness and bought these for the connectors I have:

    CONN-10657 GM Delphi / Packard - 280.1 Metri-Pack ( Metripack ) Female Terminal ( 20 - 16 gauge ) [Pull to seat]

    Got these from Ballenger Motorsports. They go to this fuel injector connector:

    http://www.bmotorsports.com/shop/pro...roducts_id/451


    They also have connectors and terminals for Wideband O2 connectors, which is great so you can source out the O2 directly and build your own. Very nice!
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    Re: Connectors

    Those are the same injector connectors that I am using on my GLH project. I like them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cordes View Post
    Those are the same injector connectors that I am using on my GLH project. I like them.
    The push clip is the best. Makes it super easy to remove the harness when necessary. I did check and this style is actually an old model that is sorta end of life, but I'm sure they will be available for a while.
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    Re: Connectors

    Here's what we can get at O'reilly's:

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    What are they selling those for? Pack of 5 or individually?
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    Re: Connectors

    They come in a box of 25 but you can buy individually. I'll check pricing today.
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    Re: Connectors

    Is CT643 the SBEC/SMEC contacts?

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    I'm thinking they are, I may order a box in and see.
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    Re: Connectors

    Was that a Doorman catalog these were in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Force Fed Mopar View Post
    They come in a box of 25 but you can buy individually. I'll check pricing today.
    Thanks. Cost is the big factor for me why I buy bulk online. If I can get 1-2 or 10 at the local store for about the same price shipped, that would be a good option.
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    Re: Connectors

    So I answered my own question. Awhile back I bought a variety of terminals on closeout from rock auto. CT-643 is the same thing as CG52 on rock auto since they both cross over to 4368960 and I have those already. They are not going to work on a SBEC. The later cars that use those black and grey deutsch style connectors behind/near the battery, those terminals look like the smaller version of the two sizes that are used in those connectors that have the combination of large and small terminals.

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    Re: Connectors

    Quote Originally Posted by zin View Post
    Was that a Doorman catalog these were in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by minigts View Post
    Thanks. Cost is the big factor for me why I buy bulk online. If I can get 1-2 or 10 at the local store for about the same price shipped, that would be a good option.
    Looked it up while at work but now I forget lol. I think it was $1.24 each, somewhere in that neighborhood.
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    Re: Connectors

    Odd, I tried to order CT644 from a local O'Reilly's not too long ago, and was told that they couldn't be ordered.

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    Re: Connectors

    Hmm, they are non-stocking items but pretty sure I can order them. I'll check when I go back to work tomorrow.
    Rob M.
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    Re: Connectors

    I think I may have identified a viable alternative for the logic module terminals. These may also be used elsewhere in some interior connectors.

    Molex part number: 08-50-0023

    Current pricing on Mouser:
    Qty: 1 = $0.10 each,
    Qty: 10 = $0.07 each,
    Qty: 25 = $0.063 each,
    Qty: 50 = $0.052 each,
    Qty: 100 = $0.049 each,
    Qty: 250 = $0.046 each.

    I bought a 50 pack and it cost me $2.60.



    I haven't actually tried one yet, but I will soon. I'll update when I do.

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    Looking forward to the review!

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    Re: Connectors

    I found some wires at work with ends like this and 4 inches of wire, I'm going to check them again tonight!! That would be a score, because there all different colors, the only problem I foresee is that the wire is about 16-18 gauge. So you might have to pull them apart and clamp a bigger wire on it. No big deal.

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    Re: Connectors

    Ha! I didn't notice before, but the OEM terminal on the left in the above pic is crimped wrong. LOL!

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