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Turn Signal Switch Connector and Pins

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I am in search of a new turn signal switch connector (brown, preferable w/ the necessary numbers and lettering) and pins for the tilt steering column I just rebuilt.
I bought a new turn signal switch from NAPA and the wires on the switch itself are Uber long. I think the brain surgeon got me the wrong switch.
Anyway, I need to shorten the wires by about 2 1/2"-3" in order for the wires to lay flat along the column. I searched the *bay, but no luck. Must be using the wrong terminology. Any help with finding a vendor with said items would be appreciated.


This is the connector in question. The one that's on the wire currently is white and has one too many holes.


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Re: Turn Signal Switch Connector and Pins

For what vehicle?
I might have one if I had a better picture

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For what vehicle?
I might have one if I had a better picture

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Thanks Dean.
Its the standard brown turn signal connector that mounts on the bracket, that's spot welded to the column.
I mainly need the pins. I have an unmarked connector that came with the switch, but I'm looking for an OE (or close too) connector with the molded in letters.




Update
I found it at Summit for 9 bucks. Its more than I need, but it'll work. Thanks again.




2nd Update...


Summit has no stock for this part according to the computer. Time for a call I guess.
Ordered from Jegs for the same price as Summit. Hopefully it shows up.


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Re: Turn Signal Switch Connector and Pins

I never knew a kit like this was even available. I need a few of those terminals myself to repair a harness.


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Re: Turn Signal Switch Connector and Pins

I would have to look but I'm thinking that all the ones I have are black, (maybe not)
Let me know if you want one

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Re: Turn Signal Switch Connector and Pins

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I would have to look but I'm thinking that all the ones I have are black, (maybe not)
Let me know if you want one
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It may be black, You know how 45+ years lightens things up a bit.
Unfortunately, I haven't gotten lighter, just heavier. My hair has gotten lighter though.

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Re: Turn Signal Switch Connector and Pins

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I never knew a kit like this was even available. I need a few of those terminals myself to repair a harness.


Here's the link. This is an American Auto Wire product P/N 500428. Its the same price from them too. I just went with Jegs since I've had good service in the past.
Jegs says it will ship from AAW on Weds. We'll see!


https://www.jegs.com/i/American-Auto...00428/10002/-1

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