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Wiring Disconnect Plug Needed

I am wiring the gauges for my dash, and need a good 10 or 16 pin male & female disconnect plug so I can pull the assembly apart if needed.

Where can I find one?

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These work really well. You may have to use 2 or 3 of them.



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These work good as well and they are about 1/2 the price. You can also get them at any Autozone.

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Plus they are water proof for when you wet the interior on that Banzi run!!


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yup, weatherpacks

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These work really well. You may have to use 2 or 3 of them.



http://www.jegs.com/i/JEGS-Performan...10764/10002/-1
I used these on my gauge cluster, worked very well to make the whole cluster a plug and play deal. I'm going through the rest of my wiring and putting in disconnects in lots of other places too, like at the firewall, ignition box, etc. Anything that might have to quickly swap out.
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Thanks, everyone --

Appreciate the information.

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Jim, just a quick addition if you havent finished the project already. Use radio harness plugs, most electronics stores will have them. Best Buy, Frys, etc. Use something like a Metra 70-5520 and a 71-5520. Thats both male and female sides. Or just go down and see what the local store has. If it doesnt need to weatherproof, these are perfect, and most of the time local. metraonline.com has more as well. Jesse.
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