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  1. RMass187

    RMass187

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    Need help identifying the connector that fits this or a lead to the manufacturer. In the first picture the number on the side is 8113. The other numbers are 100916-2, 11936-C (I think its a hex color code) and 120 deg (spread pattern maybe). It is an LED light that illuminates the door panel pocket on a Chrysler 300. First person that gives me info to find this connector will get $10 in their Payapl account. Need this info yesterday. Thanks for any help

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  2. nbw

    nbw

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    Crumbs, that's a tough one. Has it died and you need to replace it? You might be able to do a little bit of delicate SMT soldering and use the plastic parts you have?
     
  3. RMass187

    RMass187

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    No, it works fine. Doing an interior conversion and don't have this connector. Junk yards are less than helpful. Maybe if someone can ID the manufacturer by the symbol?
     
  4. poor mystic

    poor mystic

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    Hi :-D
    What does the connector power?
     
  5. RMass187

    RMass187

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    Hi. It powers that small LED
     
  6. (*steve*)

    (*steve*) ¡sǝpodᴉʇuɐ ǝɥʇ ɹɐǝɥd Moderator

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    It may not be a standard connector. The manufacturer may have dreamed up their own propriety connector to stop people easily being able to interconnect.
     
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