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Old 05-25-2012, 07:07 PM   #1
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Where to buy automotive electrical connectors?

I'm in the midst of installing some new (aftermarket) turn signals and I'd like to be able to just plug them into the harness. Is there a local Place you can buy automotive connectors? Would Fry's carry them? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Worst comes to worst I will mutilate the stock signal wiring, but I'd rather not.
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NAPA has a good assortment.

But my best advice would be to go to a place like Pick A Part and cut your own, that's what I'd do.
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NAPA has a good assortment.

But my best advice would be to go to a place like Pick A Part and cut your own, that's what I'd do.
So I suppose this makes a difference, but it's for my bike. So would NAPA or Pick A Part still carry them? It's a Suzuki.
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So I suppose this makes a difference, but it's for my bike. So would NAPA or Pick A Part still carry them? It's a Suzuki.
So you want something that plugs directly into your bike's harness? Then I don't really know where to get them, I thought you were going to make a completely new installation.
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So you want something that plugs directly into your bike's harness? Then I don't really know where to get them, I thought you were going to make a completely new installation.
So I removed the stock signals which leaves the wire for me to connect the new signal to, but it has the oem connector on the end of it and the new signal just has little bullet connectors. So I was to cut the bullet connectors off and solder on the proper connectors to just plug into the harness. I think I might have a solution, but I'm still curious as the where to get these types of connectors because I find myself needing them from time to time.
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Autozone. Pepboys. Oreilly Walmart. Red male/female round/bullet connectors. So later on removing them for service or whatnot is easier.
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oem conectors
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Yeah I've heard mixed reviews about these things. In theory though they should be really simple to up and makes adding new wiring into the harness really easy.
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