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Old 01-26-2019, 01:37 PM
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That definitely looks like it. Thank you!
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Old 01-26-2019, 01:46 PM
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Originally Posted by Dwnfrce View Post
That definitely looks like it. Thank you!
Joe @ cycle terminal is awesome. He ships super fast too...
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Old 01-26-2019, 01:54 PM
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Great to here. I've got everything but those last two wires setup and ready to go. I'm ready to get back in it again!
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That looks like a Deutshe connector. You can get the pins/terminals from them or from Molex.
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Originally Posted by Spoolin View Post
That looks like a Deutshe connector. You can get the pins/terminals from them or from Molex.
It's not. I don't think I've ever seen a Honda, Toyota etc using a Deutshe connector, typically not what you see on imports. Every Deutsche I've seen uses round pins and sockets and the sealing portion is built-in to the back of the connector vs a boot crimped into the pin on the wire. Honda and Toyota use mostly Sumitomo connectors exclusively throughout their entire electrical systems; I could always be wrong though. Deutshe tends to be used more on domestics from what I've seen.

Only reason I know this stuff is because I used to work for a company called Whelen Engineering. We used to make lights, sirens etc for all different kinds of vehicles, as well as having our own install center....so I spent a majority of my days looking at automotive connectors, pins, wire, crimp tools, etc etc. I learned a lot about wiring there; specifically, what not to do, lol.

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So is the correct terminal the ts-090 or the dl-090?
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