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Old 11-20-2012, 10:44 PM
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Getting a custom washer tank made, should have pics up shortly (needed removed from the TT kit) however im trying to find the connectors that the stock washer tank pump would use so i can make extension harnesses for the pump & the low fluid indicator

anyone know where one could even begin looking or have a part # to start with
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scott would you take a detailed picture of the plug i may be able to find something that will work at the shop. correct me if i'm wrong your looking to go from the stock male connector to a female to male extension to the female connector on the pump.
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scott would you take a detailed picture of the plug i may be able to find something that will work at the shop. correct me if i'm wrong your looking to go from the stock male connector to a female to male extension to the female connector on the pump.
please pm me your email address and i can send pics of the connectors.

exactly what youre saying though, need a male and female connector side to plug into the factory harness and then into the washer pump.

if need be i will just end up cutting the stock wiring back about 2.5" and then just splice in the needed wiring for the washer pump and the low level indicator but would much rather use connectors for a quick and easy solution that involves to cutting of the stock wiring
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Im confused, is it not possible to cut the stock wire and extend with some new wire and solder?
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Im confused, is it not possible to cut the stock wire and extend with some new wire and solder?
absolutely is, i would just much rather prefer not cutting into the stock harness if the parts are available to just make a harness for it but if i need to cut and splice i will go down that road
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