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Any chance someone could ID this plug? On the hunt for its counterpart


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14 hours ago, audiokid1 said:

This could be one of many connectors unfortunately.  Can you provide more specifics regarding the application?  i.e.  2015 Ford Mustang front fog light....  Based on your photo my initial thought is a Molex MX150 connector, but determining the key/polarity is a little difficult.  Thanks

Auxillary water pump out of a 2004 Mercedes E320. Granted... It's not going in a Mercedes. I'm doing some DIY buffoonery with it. I've been up and down @snafu's listings on CE Auto Electric and couldn't find it. I'm scratching my head just a bit.

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Based on what I have found on some Mercedes....my best guess is that the connector will be TE.  Only problem is that they offer multiple connectors and they have different keys..


https://www.te.com/usa-en/plp/automotive-connector-housings/Y30Dy.html?q=&n=41634&d=681710 657166 545388 545680 561598 586273&type=products&samples=N&inStoreWithoutPL=false&instock=N

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Well that was a fun list to look through

Fairly certain I found it though!

Thanks for the direction


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  • 2 weeks later...

Got that engine heater  wired up. Put a battery charger in there too.

Pretty nice having it in the 20s, but coolant temp is in the 160s before I turn the key. Realistically, the heater should be mounted in a vertical orientation to make it easier to bleed the air out of the system. But the pump is decently powerful, doesn't seem to cause any issue for what it's worth


Parts list if anyone wants to do the same:

Heater: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002UNGL44/

Pump: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00BHKW92Y/ (note that there's a 2kw version if you have 20 amp service)
-- 12v power: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07H23JGS6/
-- Plug: https://www.newark.com/amp-te-connectivity/1-967412-2/receptacle-housing-2pos-black/dp/55W5049
-- Blades: https://www.newark.com/amp-te-connectivity/929938-1/contact-crimp-socket-15-13awg/dp/35M2440
-- Seal: https://www.newark.com/amp-te-connectivity/828904-1/sealing/dp/12P8371

(2) T-fittings: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000COBB52/

'Bout 5ft of bulk 5/8 heater hose

Charger: https://www.amazon.com/NOCO-GEN5X1-Fully-Automatic-Temperature-Compensation/dp/B08G3NVR1N/

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  • 4 weeks later...

If anyone can tell me where this little rubber flappy bit goes, I will paypal you $5

Removed the RR quarter panel to get access to the rear HVAC and it was just chilling there on the floor. There is no where obvious that it goes.

This has become a personal affront.


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I don’t want any money but that piece looks like it goes with the air vent that’s in there rear quarter panel. The vent would be on the body and they normally vent out behind the bumper cover , that flap can help keep debris and water out. They are there to depressurize the cabin.

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Doesn't fit there

It's like 6x too big

Good idea though

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