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Connector identification 11615

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  1. Patrick Saez

    Patrick Saez

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    Hello, I'm new here looking to identify a particular connector on my car so I do not need to splice wires. there was a number on the plug.. 11615. Thanks in advance... If this is in the wrong spot, or you know a better place please let me know. 90980-11615.png IMG_20161111_090656.jpg
     
  2. 73's de Edd

    73's de Edd

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    Thats definitely a specialized connector, that we all dont carry around spares of in our tool boxes and our parts bins are being stuffed with them.
    Two choices . . . . go to a dealership and have its parts counterman order you one.
    Go to an auto salvage and hope to find a used one to pull from a wreck.
    11615 . . . .mold I.D. number.
     
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