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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old Apr 21st, 05, 12:11 PM Thread Starter
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Does anyone have a source for new wire terminals for the center console connector? (1969)
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old Apr 21st, 05, 05:23 PM
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Check either NPD, Ricks, Classic Industries.

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Not sure they have them in repo, a bunch of us looked hard last year, they are a fine pointed terminal with opposite socket part. Hope someone found a source for them, Id like a few.

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Like Jim said, we looked hard, and struck out. Depending on "why" you need them, there may be a work around. You could pick up a used console harness on ebay and swipe some pins...we did find the tool to pull the pins out of the connector, it's from "lisle Corp", part # 56500. It's available from auto parts stores. I was adding non factory console guages, and ended up repurposing some of the existing wires to get the job done, used the ones for the neutral safety switch and one other I don't remember which.





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Re: Center Console connector

Thanks. I actually have a spare hardness and was planning to reuse some of the connectors. I was hoping that someone knew of a source for new terminals. Certainly not a show stopper.

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call american autowire. i just got one of their '68 classic update kits & the flyer inside said they had console terminal kits.

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call american autowire. i just got one of their '68 classic update kits & the flyer inside said they had console terminal kits.
just got home & re-read flyer.
part # CA82006 is a 1968-69 factory console guage terminal kit.
no price is listed.
photo shows 2 straps (ground?), 1 large nut looking item, & 5 terminal adaptors.

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