Power window pin crimp terminal

Old January 1st, 2019, 05:59 AM
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Power window pin crimp terminal

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I found only 2 suppliers (ebay) of crimp pin terminals for my power window plug. They need to be 90 degree.
Does anybody know of other suppliers of these terminals.

I might not use the correct term for this part, but I am sure you get what I mean.


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If this is what you're looking for, type GM 2965880 into Google. There are dozens of suppliers.

EDIT: OK, apparently these "dozens" of suppliers are all out of stock. Au-Ve-Co lists these terminals under their P/N 15503, which now shows discontinued. You might want to try that Au-Ve-Co number with some of the clip and fastener suppliers who carry Au-Ve-Co products. Also, try Pico P/N 5846PT, which is apparently also out of stock everywhere. So far all I've found are vendors selling packs of 100. Sorry.
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If this is what you're looking for, type GM 2965880 into Google. There are dozens of suppliers.

Will do a search on that number. I just need it 90 degree angeled/ L shaped. But thank you Joe
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Originally Posted by Jandk View Post
Will do a search on that number. I just need it 90 degree angeled/ L shaped. But thank you Joe
Note my edit to my post above. All vendors appear to be out of stock.
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Note my edit to my post above. All vendors appear to be out of stock.
Great
I just did a search for the numbers supplied by you, searching one way and another way.. it does not look good !!

Ebay it is... even though shipping for 5-9 pcs of tiny crimp terminals are wopping $40 but I need it fixed.
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$40 bucks for shipping! where the hell is it coming from China? Australia?
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$40 bucks for shipping! where the hell is it coming from China? Australia?
US to Europe with a estimated deliverytime within the next month.... for 1 pcs, 5 pcs or 9 pcs, which is not exactly a big shipment. I have had 5-8 pounds worth of goodies shipped for around $100 in 3 three days. I will not pay $40 for that little.....


I am trying to order some simular FORD terminals, if they work then its super, if not I will solve it with soldering and some ready available multiplug.
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