connector part# needed
bob.rossato at att.net
Mon Jun 18 22:59:57 EDT 2001
> Tony Lum wrote:
> > Hi gang,
> > Does anybody happen to know the part number of the non-insulated .250
> > female connector that's used in practically every connector
> shell? These
> > are the same as normal insulated quick disconnects with the
> exception of a
> > little tab on the backside of the connector that locks the
> contact in the
> > shell. I could use hundreds of these for fabricating electrical
> > stuff. Tried the AMP catalogue, but none of their connectors
> have the tab.
> I once bought a 100 from Wurth but I used them all building nefarious
> harnesses for my coupe, and no longer seem to have the box end with part
> number. Wurth seems to stock car repair places and auto specialty shops
> via a travelling rep system, but they will apparently sell to others on
> their route...
Try searching under FASTON in the AMP website. You can start here and pick
the attributes you need.
Here is a link to one of the connectors
http://catalog.tycoelectronics.com/TE/docs/pdf/0/46/160640.pdf as an
Wurth's website doesn't seem to have an online catalog available (I'm seem
to remember that they did, though) but here are some part numbers for them:
5054 14-12g brass
The Wurth CD catalog I have definitely shows the locking tabs on the .250"
Tabs but I can't tell on the .250" Receptacles since the photo shows the
wrong side. They also have the newer style connectors that VW/Audi is using
that are more like spring loaded fingers than the rolled over type. I can
try and do a screen capture of the Wurth connectors and e-mail it to you if
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