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Old 01-28-2017, 12:09 AM
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Turn signal plug/socket

Anyone know what kind of plug and socket this is and maybe where to buy it?

I'd like to get my hands on then to make a short splitter cable to avoid splicing.




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Old 05-14-2017, 01:38 PM
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If there is a wrecking yard where you can pull parts off a car, newer civics and accords will have the plugs and you can pull them off that. I pulled connectors off an '05 civic and an '01 civic to make my adapters.




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Old 05-14-2017, 04:47 PM
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If there is a wrecking yard where you can pull parts off a car, newer civics and accords will have the plugs and you can pull them off that. I pulled connectors off an '05 civic and an '01 civic to make my adapters.
Yeh, I've managed to get some tails (yay) and a parking light socket. I've not been able to find the sockets for indicators, I have some but they don't fit. Not many jazzes go to wreckers it seems. I'll try civics
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Old 05-15-2017, 12:35 AM
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If there is a wrecking yard where you can pull parts off a car, newer civics and accords
Whelp, called every wrecker in 100km, seems Honda's either don't often end up in crashes or insurers aren't giving up the car...
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Not sure where to look now
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Old 05-15-2017, 12:54 AM
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Damn. The 3-pin indicator connector part number is 04321-S5A-306 in the US. I DON't think it'll have any pins in it, but a 5 pack should be less than $6.00 USD. The 3-pin indicator socket is part number 33303-TR0-A01. Again these are the US models, but from the pic you posted, they look identical.
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Old 05-15-2017, 12:58 AM
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Damn. The 3-pin indicator connector part number is 04321-S5A-306 in the US. I DON't think it'll have any pins in it, but a 5 pack should be less than $6.00 USD. The 3-pin indicator socket is part number 33303-TR0-A01. Again these are the US models, but from the pic you posted, they look identical.
hmm mine are only 2 pins, I got some that look almost identical but the catch is slightly wider and the pins are upside down.

I'll pull one out when. I get home and take better pics and record all the numbers/markings.
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Old 05-15-2017, 02:48 AM
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I'll pull one out when. I get home and take better pics and record all the numbers/markings.
This is it
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Do you have a pic of the other side? Of the socket locks match the US versions, I'll try to pull you some the next time I head to the wreckers and ship them to you.
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Do you have a pic of the other side? Of the socket locks match the US versions, I'll try to pull you some the next time I head to the wreckers and ship them to you.
My friend, that would make my day.
This is the front side of that connector (Stanley Amber 159 on flat)
This is the only connector I've been able to find here (Stanley 10800 Amber on socket) and it doesn't fit, the catch is wider on the ones in my car and the pins are further from the catch. And i have an extra protrusion of plastic on the bottom
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Old 05-17-2017, 03:36 PM
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They look very similar on the lock side. I'll have to wait until family gets home with my Fit to cross check them. It'll be a 3-pin socket so you might need to use a different bulb (7443 or 7442), but I'll pull 2-pin blinker sockets and 3-pin wiring and connectors too, so you can make adapters.
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It'll take you 20 minutes to cut, splice, solder, heat shrink, and wrap the cable for the longer length. It's taking you 5 months to find an adapter that you'd still have to cut, splice, solder, heat shrink, and wrap lol.
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It'll take you 20 minutes to cut, splice, solder, heat shrink, and wrap the cable for the longer length. It's taking you 5 months to find an adapter that you'd still have to cut, splice, solder, heat shrink, and wrap lol.
yep, all this to avoid splicing the original wiring...
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So, the part number is 33302T2A003, they cost $10.21 each, and I'll have them in 2 weeks.

In the mean time for the LOLs, I'm going to cast my own
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It'll take you 20 minutes to cut, splice, solder, heat shrink, and wrap the cable for the longer length. It's taking you 5 months to find an adapter that you'd still have to cut, splice, solder, heat shrink, and wrap lol.
I'm the same way. Took 8 months to gather all my parts for adapters, but I like the ease of being able to instantly change it back to stock with no splicing.
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So, the part number is 33302T2A003, they cost $10.21 each, and I'll have them in 2 weeks.

In the mean time for the LOLs, I'm going to cast my own
Nice. Let me know how they turn out.
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I bought some adapters off eBay to use with the resistance units that went in between the socket and harness but didn't like the heat from the units so I shelved the project for now. I think they were around $5 ea.
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