Rocky hit the nail on the head, however, I'm not sure what to suggest. This might be a junk-yard "pull what you need" type item. I'm not aware if this piece is available aftermarket wise. It never hurts to ask the reproduction source:
Wayne. If I remember correctly the locking pins are on the side of the body ("lower or engine" side of the fuse block). This can be replaced separately. I would advise you to buy a proper tool to remove the pins from the connector block though.
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