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How to find part numbers for cable connectors?


By mystman12

59 days ago



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#1 59 days ago

So I need to find the matching connector for this cable connector in my Mousin' Around. However, I can't seem to find the part number for it in the manual, so I'm not sure where to look. I could just eyeball it and buy a bunch off of Marco Specialties, but that doesn't guarantee I'll find a match and I'll end up with a bunch of connectors I won't need. Anyone know how I can find exactly what the matching connector is?

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#2 59 days ago
Quoted from mystman12:

Anyone know how I can find exactly what the matching connector is?

Figure out the pin size.

Then check Ed's site - https://www.greatplainselectronics.com/ for male, female, pins, tools, etc.

LTG : )

#3 59 days ago

The correct mating connector is:

Molex # 03-06-1023

The female crimp terminals to use in it are:

Molex # 02-06-1103

The above are .062" size.

#4 59 days ago

Thanks for the help, I ordered what I need! I'm still kind of wondering if there's anywhere in the manual or something I could have found that info though.

#5 58 days ago

Common connectors generally aren't found in the manuals much any more. You just have to know by sight what they are today.

#6 58 days ago

Years ago - Molex, AMP, Cannon and Amphenol used to regularly put out full line catalogs.
Now with the internet - the catalogs are no longer published and you can find everything you need to know at their websites. But - the way the websites are setup, you need to know what you are looking for before you can look for it.
Watch ebay for "Molex Full Line Catalog" and the "AMP Product Guide". They pop up occasionally but not too often - nobody wants to get rid of the ones they have. You don't need the Cannon or Amphenol catalogs unless you are working with industrial or military grade parts.

#7 58 days ago

I think those terminals might be .093

#8 58 days ago
Quoted from jj44114:

I think those terminals might be .093

Nope. Look at the two ridges on that male housing. The .093 does not have those, but the .062 does.

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