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Old 04-20-2012, 06:24 AM   #21
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Oh yea, zzperformance has the extended pig tail for the MAP sensor. It'* used for when people to the L36 L67 swap.

http://shop.zzperformance.com/store/...-Swap-Kit.aspx
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Old 04-20-2012, 10:13 AM   #22
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Yeah I'm not paying $35 for what I can get for $8.
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Rockauto has them, and make Brian do it right, no crimping...

Twist, solder, heatshrink, forget it ever happened!
The crimping is on the pins, not wire to wire. Basically we're just putting a new connector on it instead of using a pigtail, so it'll be cleaner.
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The crimping is on the pins, not wire to wire. Basically we're just putting a new connector on it instead of using a pigtail, so it'll be cleaner.
The crimping on the pins should be a little better than a wire to wire solder joint, that should be how the factory one was done on the wiring harness.

I do computer power leads the same way, granted there is no real vibration or moisture present there, still the crimped connectors are very reliable as long as they are crimped with the proper crimping tool.
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I do computer power leads the same way, granted there is no real vibration or moisture present there, still the crimped connectors are very reliable as long as they are crimped with the proper crimping tool.
That'* how pretty much all pinouts are done. I haven't seen any electrical connector where they soldered the pin on.
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not so much recently but most were soldered some years ago. there are still some high vibration or critical equipment.
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not so much recently but most were soldered some years ago. there are still some high vibration or critical equipment.
Guess that'* where my age shows lol. I've only dealt with equipment made in the past 10 years at most
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