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Old 07-08-2011, 01:51 AM   #1
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Default Finding the right pigtail

I came across AC Delco TechConnect Wiring Sockets and Pigtails while looking for a new blower motor plug.

Just tell them if it'* a GM car, what type of plug it is, and how many connectors it has, and it'll return a list of pictures and part numbers.

A very useful resource, in my opinion, to verify that the thingy on RockAuto is the correct one. If you ever destroy a connector, this is what you need.
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