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Old 02-05-2011, 01:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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anyone know who sells the pins for the ecm harness , i am wanting to add daul fans to my hot air and i have the fans and racetronix wiring but no pin to install in the D2 spot in the connector?
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anyone know who sells the pins for the ecm harness , i am wanting to add daul fans to my hot air and i have the fans and racetronix wiring but no pin to install in the D2 spot in the connector?
Caspers electroincs has them, ask for John. I know theres a special crimp tool for the pins and its not cheap.
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well i have sent them an e-mail trying to get a part number and never received a response, so i was trying to find another. but thanks guys
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Old 02-05-2011, 05:16 PM   #6 (permalink)
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i would just head to a bone yard and pull some , just cut the ecm connector off almost any late 80s early 90s gm car/truck , you can remove a pin with the wire already attached and reinstall into your connector
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anyone know who sells the pins for the ecm harness , i am wanting to add daul fans to my hot air and i have the fans and racetronix wiring but no pin to install in the D2 spot in the connector?
We stock the ECM terminals and connectors so you can get them with the fan harness. You can ask for the terminal to be terminated as well. We also stock the special crimp tools to DIY. Check our web store.
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