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Old 03-05-2010, 02:35 PM
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Electrical Connectors

Anyone know what the waterproof connectors are called that connect the Fog Lights to the wiring loom?

Or where to get them? is it a dealer only.

They're right in front of the tranny cooler, behind the front bumper.

Denny
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Old 03-09-2010, 01:31 PM
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Tried the local junk yard? I imagine any two-prong connector from any vehicle would work. Snag a couple of those from any old car. Then smear some dielectric grease in the connector - this will keep the water out as well as help with the connection. Probably much cheaper than going to the dealer and getting that specific part.
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Thanks for the suggestion, but the purpose is to use the Ford connector so i can reattach the Ford Bumper and Lights in the future.

I'm just wanting to know a source for the Factory electrical connections.
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Yes, theya re going to be dealer only unless you can find some in a junk yard. If you call the dealer and explain to them what your doing they can sell you the pigtails.
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GM calls them Weatherpack...not sure if Ford uses that name or not though.

I would say the best bet is to hit a U-pull yard if you have one. I would bet that you should be able to find the same plug under other vehicles as well.
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Old 03-11-2010, 02:27 PM
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Try this at Diesel Manor

Weatherpack Connector Kits at DieselManor
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Old 03-12-2010, 07:41 AM
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Just FYI you can get and entire kit off ebay for what they are asking for a couple of those connectors
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